Curry Tree | Curry Leaves Plant
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Low MaintenanceEasy To Grow
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Your Curry Leaf Plant is a small bush that grows 13 to 20 feet in height.
It is native to India and Southern Asia and produces small fragrant white flowers. The flowers later ripen to become a black berry-like fruit.
Your Curry Leaf Plant's foliage is arranged alternately on their stems and looks incredibly vibrant and refreshing.
Your Curry Leaves Plant requires 6 to 8 hours of . If your home does not receive enough sunlight, you can keep the curry leaf plant indoors under fluorescent light as well.
The temperature must not go below 32 ℉ as your Curry to a colder climate. Consider placing them indoors during the winter season.
During the hot summer season, you must water your Curry Tree daily. Avoid over-watering your plant as it may damage its roots.
However, during the winter season, water your plant once a week for better growth. But make sure that the soil does not become too dry between waterings.
Curry Leaf Plants bloom well in slightly acidic soil with an excellent drainage system.
You can consider adding river sand with organic compost to get good drainage soil.
Alternatively, you can make a potting mix with 70% potting soil and 30% organic compost.
Your Curry Leaf Plant is not a heavy feeder . You can add liquid fertilizer, preferably with slightly higher nitrogen content, once every four to five weeks.
Do not feed your Curry Tree with strong fertilizers if it is less than two years old.
You can consider using buttermilk as a homemade fertilizer.
Withhold the use of fertilizers during the cold winters.
The stems and leaves of your Curry Leaf Plant are not toxic for humans . However, it can be toxic to your pets. They produce berry-like fruits as well, which are edible, but their seeds are poisonous.
Pruning helps your Curry Tree maintain its vigour and produce a large number of leaves. Pruning your plant during the spring season is considered to be the best.
To encourage healthy growth, you can nip off the flowers for the first two years.
Consider applying 2-3 teaspoons of iron sulfate to your Curry Tree if their leaves are becoming light green.
Citrus psyllids: They are mottled brown insects that cause damage to the leaves of your plant by feeding on them- Spray your plant with an insecticide
Aphids: Aphids will suck the nutrients from a plant that will mottle and curl the leaves o the plant- You can spray your plant with cold water and neem oil to remove them.
Powdery Mildew: They destroy your plants' heavy foliage- Remove the affected areas and put your plant in a brighter place by keeping the leaves dry.
Caring for a Curry Leaf Plant is similar to caring for your pet! A significant component of Indian Seasonings, Curry Leaves elevates the taste of every dish! Curry leaves are aromatic and are found in many Eastern nations. Also known as Kadi Patta, Curry Tree is native to India and Southern Asia's tropical regions.