Curry

$25.00

The curry leaf plant (Murraya koenigii) is native to India and Sri Lanka and has small and very pungent aromatic leaves. The leaves are used in Asian cooking, mainly in curries and soups.

4″ potted

Out of stock

Description

curryThe curry leaf plant is native to India and Sri Lanka and has small and very pungent aromatic leaves. The leaves are used in Asian cooking, mainly in curries and soups.

Curry Leaves come in three different varieties. FT4C has selected the Regular variety. It grows very tall and is the fastest growing plant among the three varieties. The leaves look like the ones you can buy at the grocery store.

They like full sun, very well drained soil, which should be on the dry side and they need fertilizer during the summer months. Used in cooking, there is nothing like picking the right amount of fresh curry leaves when you need them.

Visit the Garden Pool website for more tips on growing curry and for a delicious curry pesto recipe.

https://gardenpool.org/recipes/how-to-grow-and-cook-the-curry-leaf-plant-murraya-keonighii-rutaceae

4″ potted

Scientific Name: Murraya koenigii