Scientific name: Murraya koenigii
Common name: Curry Leaf
Curry leaf is a plant which produces an aromatic leaf often used in Indian cuisine. The leaves are pinnate, with 11-21 leaflets, each leaflet 2–4cm long and 1–2cm broad. They are highly aromatic. The flowers are small, white, and fragrant. The small black shiny berries are edible, but their seeds are poisonous.
The leaves are highly valued as seasoning in southern and west-coast Indian cooking, and Sri Lankan cooking, especially in curries, usually fried along with the chopped onion in the first stage of the preparation. They are also used to make thoran, vada, rasam and kadhi. In their fresh form, they have a short shelf life and do not keep well in the refrigerator. They are also available dried, though the aroma is largely inferior.
Reference made from Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curry_leaf
Light: Full sunlight.
Water: Water when the soil feels dry to the touch.
Fertiliser: Feed with organic pellets fertiliser once a month.
Pot model: TC Conical Pot
Pot colour: Terracotta
Pot type: Clay pot with drainage hole
Pot size: Ø19cm x H17cm
Plant size: Vary in sizes