Curry Leaf Plant Coppicing

From a tall, thin stem to a leaf bearing 'stump' of sort.

From a tall, thin stem to a leaf bearing ‘stump’ of sort.

The last coppice done (May 18th) has worked out well and borne leaves, lots of leaves, within easy reach and giving great shade to the wall against the summer sun.

Later today, I will coppice the next tallest stalk and hope it grows nice thick leaves like this one.

My next Curry Leaf Plant project.

My next Curry Leaf Plant project.

 

 

There will be ample fresh leaves for kitchen use and if any reader knows a good recipe for curry leaf pesto, please share.  Presently I am adding dried crushed curry leaves to my green tea and hopefully it is helping to keep my hair dark and healthy.  😀

Other ideas for its usage will be most welcomed.

 

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4 responses to “Curry Leaf Plant Coppicing

  1. My daughter knows lots of curry recipes as she always cooks with it so today is recipe monday on my blog i will ask her. And pist

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  2. Beautiful. Mine is in a pot on my balcony and doing well.

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  3. I’m jealous! Send me some!!! Please! 🙂

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