|cutting the trunk just above the new growth|
As mentioned in a previous blog, our three moringa trees grew really huge after all the monsoon rains last summer. After the hard freeze, the branches, leaves and pods dried up as expected. But we were delighted that the bottom half of the big trunks stayed green for the first time! I decided to leave the branches on to see what they would do.
The cuttings actually did get some growth! So it was time to plant them in our basin.
I decided to use the empty hole left from a moringa tree that had died a couple years ago.