Common names: Curry Leaves, Karivepalla, Kadipatta, Sweet Neem,
Botanical Name: Bergera Koenigii
Curry leaves are aromatic. The plant produces white fragrant flowers. This plant is drought resistant in nature and it does not fade even in high temperature. The plant can be grown in shady sunlight also. But for better growth, it is advised to grow outdoor.
Flower colours: White
Bloom time: blooms during starting of winter season
Max height: upto 7 Metres
Planting and care: It may be grown in moist and well-drained loamy soil in full sun to part shade. In winter, reduce watering in order to prevent root rot.
Culinary use: Used in cooking vegetables, especially in south Indian dishes.
Medicinal use: The plant is medicinally useful in various ailments.