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|Mary, on 31/3/2021 10:43am|
My curry leaf plant is getting black at the top even though I added fresh soil in March. It started growing a litte on the top and stopped and now it's getting black at the top after I added fresh soil. What am I to do now? Please help help ?
|Mamta, on 3/4/2021 08:03am|
I am no plant expert, but I would prune off a couple of inches just above a bud. Then look after it by watering NOT too often. They don't like to be sitting in wet soil. Hopefully you will get a couple of new branches develop.
|Gunjita Singh, on 5/4/2021 06:09pm|
Is it possible for me to get some seeds of curry leaf?
|Mamta, on 6/4/2021 06:56am|
You may find some seeds on line but in my experience they hardly ever germinate. Much better to grow from cuttings from someone.
|Naureen, on 11/4/2021 01:54am|
Is it ok to keep the curry plant indoors throughout winter? I’m in melbourne and we are approaching winter. Also my curry plant has grown really tall in spring and summer. Can I cut it at the stem? Will it kill the plant if I do that? Also how often do we need to repot it in a bigger pot? Thanks so much.
|Mamta, on 12/4/2021 07:30am|
Yes, you can keep your plant indoor in in winter. Here in UK,,mine live indoor all the time.
Yes, you can cut/prune your plants. Save the leaves, they freeze well. Use the cut stem as any other cutting and pot it in potting compost.
I only repot mine when it begins to look pot bound.
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