This plant needs no introduction as most of you cook curries will come across it. It is also known as Murraya koenigii, Bergera koenigii or "sweet neem leaves". The plant can be grown in a pot & is self-pollinated to produce black berry-like seeds. The most common usage of this plant is its leaves are used in cooking our curries. The berry pup is edible with a sweet but medicinal favours. It is also believe to possess anti-diabetic properties. The curry leaves has short shelf life and do not store well in fridge. They can be dried but the aroma will be inferior as compared to fresh. Hence, why not grow a plant for yourself, so you can have freshly harvested leaves all the time ? 1 seed - $ 1.20 10 seeds - $12.00 [Free 2 seeds - effectively - $1.00 per seed] Pic is my own and all the 9 seeds I put to test - some already small seedlings and the rest are starting to sprout. Good germination rate ! Will update pic in a week or two ! Yeah, growing curry leaves seeds will need some patience, right growing conditions as well as use the right MOG to germinate the seeds. If you are uncomfortable germinating your own seeds, I have some curry seedlings/plant in the making, you can reserve them. However, at least 50% deposit will be required. While stocks last ! Please clarify if any questions ! Thank you for viewing !
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