As the plants grow, many are flowering for the first time. Here are a few that are in bloom now.
When I visited the wild locality, the plants were in fruit, and they were always very small in cultivation up to now. This means that I have never seen the flowers of this population of the species. I am very curious to see if they look like typical Moringa rivae ssp. rivae, which have cream sepals and brownish petals.
Dr. Mark E. Olson is a researcher at Mexico's national university and an expert on the biology of the genus Moringa