… you think you know your Curry Leaf Plant?

The Curry Leaf Plant or Murraya Koenigii is actually a super strong rooted plant. At the change of seasons it may shed its leaves and look dead BUT never assume it’s dead and throw it away. 99% of chances are it will come back to life when the time is right.

Today, with the weather warm and summer-like, I know that Curry Leaf Plants are raring to take root, shoot to life and grow. So I unearthed several baby-plants to put in pots.

Young and ready to spring to life.

Young and ready to spring to life

Roots are twice the stem's length

Roots are twice the stem’s length

Each plant with its root gently curled is potted.

Each plant with its root gently curled is potted.

In a month’s time, these baby Curry Leaf Plants will no longer require ‘nursing’ care and are ready to be adopted. Fellow gardeners on the waiting list, your wait is about to end. :mrgreen:

 

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11 responses to “… you think you know your Curry Leaf Plant?

  1. Hi, I have a curry leaf plant, I want to propagate it but don’t know how. Plea share some tips. thank you.

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    • Where do you live? The reason I ask that is because if you live in the tropics, it’s much easier. If you live in the northern hemisphere it has to be done in summer.

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  2. Looks like a neem plant to me!

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  4. Those roots have an amazing length. Useful for building good quality soil.

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