Thanks for the link. It seems to be a very versatile plant. It will be interesting to hear your experiences with it.
I certainly will, pictures and everything! It's growing like crazy now (it's 3 inches tall 8 days after germinating), so I anticipate it will do well. We'll probably give some of them away to family and friends, but we might have a few to sell down down at the local farmers market.
I have only had it planted for about a year so no seed pods yet the leaves are edible if a little tasteless. The trees are about 12’ high which is spectacular growth for a plant that was 6” a year ago. I bought some seeds online and have quite a few seedlings of the size I planted last year. The seeds are sold on E-bay for people to eat at $10 for 100 seeds. The original moringa trees I got from our local backyard growers coop. The only other plants that made such progress in such a short time are my papayas and my cranberry hibiscus. Living in zone 9 has its pluses we got one light frost this year. The harder frosts really hit the more tropical selections like papaya and bananas. I have had tomatoes all year except august when the heat had done in the old plants and the new ones were not yet big enough to produce. I am only growing grape and cherry sizes because the birds and bugs are too hard to keep off the bigger ones.