Curry Leaves/Murraya Koenigii “Sweet Neem”
- Plant Care
Curry leaf plants are a component of the Indian seasoning called curry. Curry seasoning is a compilation of many herbs and spices, whose flavor can sometimes come from curry leaf plants. Curry leaf herb is a culinary plant whose leaves are used as an aromatic and the fruit of the plant is a component of desserts in some Eastern nations.
The plant is tropical to sub-tropical and produces small, fragrant, white flowers that become small, black, berry-like fruits. The fruit is edible, but the seed is poisonous and must be removed prior to use. The foliage is the real standout; it’s arranged alternately on the stem and pinnate and is comprised of many leaflets. The aromatic scent is spicy and heady and best when the leaves are fresh.
Six to eight hours of bright, unfiltered sunlight each day.Water to the plant thoroughly. Do not overwater.Loamy, Sandy, and Well-drained soil.18 – 35 °CMonthly fertilization with a balanced formula fertilizer is sufficient.
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