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WANTED: Indian Curry Plant Seeds

Posted by cmpman1974 Zone 6 MI (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 23, 08 at 15:02

I'm looking to grow the real Indian Curry tree. I'm not sure if these grow true from seed. Does anyone have thie variety for trade? I'm not referring the the curry herb that has a mustard scent. I believe these are two completely different things.

Below is a picture of what I'm referring to. :)


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RE: WANTED: Indian Curry Plant Seeds

Chris,I'll be glad to send you some Indian basil seeds,it's a pretty good flava with curries.You might want to check out Jeanies tropicals for the curry tree.She has a lot of unusual plants,I got my Jamaican allspice there.

RE: WANTED: Indian Curry Plant Seeds

I am new to this site. I am looking for seeds or a way to plant a curry plant. I buy leaves from a local Indian grocery, but would like to cultivate a plant indoors, since I am in Chicago and there is not enough warm weather for the plant. Sorry I am not addressing the reason you posted, but I am not real clear on how to get things done here. On an above post there is a reference to "Jeanies tropicals". I cannot find that on a search, what is it? Thanks, and sorry I am not able to shed light on your question, just ask more.

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