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Curry Plant

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Anybody know where I can buy a curry plant? Not the curry leaves one that resembles rosemary leaves, but a curry plant, aka sweet neem, similar to the leaves found in the grocery or Indian stores.

Here is a link:
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_-8lyKQKwn74...

Willing to travel anywhere or order online. Haven't had much luck finding this yet.
Thanks.

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  1. try http://www.oldhallplants.co.uk/
    Or you can grow them from cuttings - including from fresh 'branches' from Asda or other grocer.

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    1. re: Peg

      Thanks Peg. Do you just stick the branches in the soil or is it necessary to root them first? I've been trying to root some branches I got from Asda but they seem to dry up very quickly. Any suggestions or advice?

    2. Assuming we're talking about Murraya Koenigii it seems to be reasonably well available - even listed by Wyevale Garden Centres

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      1. re: Harters

        Harters,

        Which Wyevale have you seen them at? Or what search terms did you use on their site?

        I just put in Murraya Koenigii and came up with no results. It sounds like this is the same as the curry plant.
        Thanks!

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