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Curry Leaf Plant - 6" Pot. 6-8" Tall. Grown for 1 Year.

Curry Leaf Plant - 6" Pot. 6-8" Tall. Grown for 1 Year.


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MURRAYA KOENIGII - CURRY LEAF PLANT

Last year I had curry leaf plants in 4" pots and 2-3 months young. This year I have plants grown for about 1 year in 6" pots and are now about 6-8" tall. Available for pickup on Saturdays and Sundays only. Please schedule a date and time below and pay in cash at the time of pickup.
 
Murraya koenigii or Curry leaf tree also known as sweet neem or kadi patta or curry vepila, is a tropical tree native to the Indian subcontinent.
 
The curry leaf tree grows best in zones 9-12 and when the temperature is above or around 65°F. It grows best in well-drained soils in areas with full sun or partial shade, preferably away from the wind. 
 
According to USDA hardiness zone, Portland OR, falls in the zone of 8b or 9a, thus it is best suited to be grown in containers pots and taken indoors during the colder months. With proper care (water, warmth and light) during its time indoors, the plant will do well and survive these winter months to be taken out again when the temperatures have warmed up.
 
The fresh leaves are very aromatic and used in seasonings, curries (Sambhar, rasam, kadhi, vadas) and many dishes across the Indian subcontinent. Dry leaves are also used, but it’s aroma and flavor is not close to using fresh. Another lesser known use is in extraction of its oils to make scented soaps.

$35.00 /6 in. pot
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Tulsi Plant (Krishna, Rama, Vana, and Amrita). 4" Pot.

Tulsi Plant (Krishna, Rama, Vana, and Amrita). 4" Pot.


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TULSI – KRISHNA, RAMA, VANA, AND AMRITA

Available starting May 16, 2020

Tulsi or Holy Basil or it’s Latin name: Ocimum tenuiflorum
is an aromatic perennial plant native to the Indian subcontinent and widely cultivated throughout the Southeast Asian tropics.

Tulsi is grown and cultivated for Hindu religious rituals and used in traditional Ayurvedic medicines. Also widely used in herbal teas and for its essential oil.

This herb shrub grows 12-24 in tall and has hairy stems. Leaves are green or purple with a strong scent. Grows well containers during the summer months. It is a different species from the regular basil used in Thai cooking.

Highly fragrant and has a cooling effect to the body. For centuries, the dried leaves have been mixed with stored grains to repel insects.

$10.00 /4 in. pot
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