Moringa hildebrandtii one-gallon pots

This wonderful pachycaul tree from southwestern Madagascar is unique enough that it actually is used as an ornamental tree in its native habitat. The bark is smooth and white, and the leaves are relatively small, ovate, and pinnate, and as we now are painfully aware, they are light green as opposed to the gray-green leaves of Moringa drouhardii. We doubt this species has much frost tolerance. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.

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