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Marie6's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: melbourne


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Curry leaf tree in melbourne - marie says... Dear Lyn I have attached a photo of the more fragrant curry plant with seeds on it (I was fortunate enough to take a photo of the plant whilst on holiday as I was unable to import it) and the other of course is the common curry plant wh..5394 days 20hrs
Curry tree murraya koenigii1 - Hi Priti I started off with a small plant which I bought from a shop here in Melb. Yes, mine took a while before it settled in the pot. I have another plant in the ground ( over 1 year in the ground). The one in the gound is just starting to look pro..5394 days 20hrs
Curry leaf tree in melbourne - Lyn, there is definitely two types of curry plant. One has smaller and much rounder leaves and the fragrance is stronger than the other. I have seen the other when I was overseas and it is much stronger in frangrance and the leaves were darker in colour..5409 days 7hrs
Curry tree murraya koenigii1 - I have been growing my curry plant tree in a pot for many years now. I always put it undercover during winter (as you can see in the picture) and I remove it back into a sunny spot in summer. I give it a little trim every now and then and feed it some ..5410 days 20hrs
Curry tree murraya koenigii1 - If anyone is interested in getting some Murraya Koenigi plants (common ones) - try MKS in Pultney St, Dandenong. I have noticed that they always have plants there for sale. ..5412 days 0hrs


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