The Curry Patta Plant is a tropical and subtropical species belonging to the family Rutaceae. The plant is native to Asia and is also known as the ‘Murraya Koenigii’. The leaves of the Curry plant are used in many dishes of the Indian subcontinent. It is a Herbs and Medicinal plant and has leaves growing in a pinnate pattern with 11-22 leaflets. The tree is very popular and is cultivated commercially.
The leaves of the Curry Patta plant are said to increase digestive secretions. It also aids in weight loss and is good for the eyes.
The Curry Patta plant is a beginner-friendly plant and does well with both novice and seasoned gardeners.
The Curry Patta plant must be given water as soon as the topsoil looks dry. If you are not sure, then you can poke your finger and check. Avoid overwatering.
The Curry Patta Plant loves the sun and must receive it for at least 5-6 hours every day. However, during scorchingly hot summer days, it is important to protect the plant from direct sunlight.
The Curry Patta plant is an outdoor plant and loves the sunlight.
The Curry Patta is not a very demanding plant. You can use Vermicompost or cow dung compost every 15 days to maintain its nutrition balance.
It can easily be propagated from seeds or cuttings.
The Curry Patta plant requires porous, fertile, and well-draining soil. The ideal soil mix for this plant is Garden Soil (50%) + Cocopeat (30%) + Vermicompost (20%). Keep tilling the plant for better growth.
It is very important to consistently prune the Curry Patta plant to give it a better shape and encourage rapid growth.
The Curry Patta plant is susceptible to mealybugs and aphids. Control the pests by using neem oil spray every week on the leaves. Remove dead or damaged leaves or branches immediately.
Yes, since the Curry Patta plant is widely used in many Indian cuisines and also has medicinal properties, it is good to keep it at home.
The Curry Patta plant needs lots of sunlight, and should not be placed indoors.
Yes, absolutely. You can also grow the plant from stem cuttings.
When you see the plant overgrowing, is a good time to prune it. You can also prune the plant before the start of the growing season.
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