Curry Leaf tree is a small plant most famous for its aromatic leaves that provide curry spice extensively used in India & Sri Lanka. When cooking, the aromatic leaves are generally used fresh off of the plant.
Medicinal uses: Curry Leaves are digestive, tonic, stimulant, rich in vitamin A and calcium. They are also used for diarrhoea, dysentry and checking vomitting. A paste of the bark is antisceptic and applied to skin eruptions. The extract of the roots is used for relief from renal pain.
Dimensions of Potted Plant: L x B x H ~ 6" x 6" x 11"
Growth Medium: Soil
Pot Description: Round Plastic Pot
Basic Care Guide
Light: Semi-shade with 3-4 hours direct sunlight
Feed: Organic fertilizer once a month
Hindi: Kari patta करी पत्ता • Marathi: Kudianim • Tamil: கரிவேப்பிலை Karivepillai • Malayalam: Kareapela • Telugu: karepaku, karepeku, kari-vepa-chettu • Kannada: gandhabevu, kari-bevinagida • Bengali: Barsunga • Oriya: lesunadando • Assamese: Bishahari, Narasingha • Mizo: Arpatil • Sanskrit: Alakavhaya, Chhardighna, गिरिनिम्ब Girinimba, Kadarya
India and South Asia
Bergera koenigii, Murraya koenigii, Chalcas koenigii
Rutaceae (Citrus family)