curry leaf 'Murraya paniculata'?

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curry leaf 'Murraya paniculata'?

Postby gardenlen » Thu Jul 02, 2015 11:56 am

g'day all some might say at last winter is here, well for me summer not too far away

anyhow just bought a couple that are supposed to be curry leak plants 'Murraya paniculata' they have same leaf structure and fragrance as the 'neem tree'

how can tell the difference please

i compared them with neem seedlings i have they look identical

help much appreciated

take care
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Re: curry leaf 'Murraya paniculata'?

Postby abwal » Sun Jul 05, 2015 6:20 pm

If you crush the leaf, you should be able to smell the difference.

I think you made a 'typo' when writing the name, Len. Did you mean to write 'Murraya koenegii'? ( http://gardendrum.com/2014/06/04/how-to ... leaf-tree/)
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Re: curry leaf 'Murraya paniculata'?

Postby gardenlen » Thu Jul 09, 2015 4:40 am

g'day abwal,

?? where did i get that paniculata name from, i've never heard it, all i was looking at on line was koenegii, maybe gremlins at work, honest me lost

yep will wait for time to tell
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Re: curry leaf 'Murraya paniculata'?

Postby abwal » Thu Jul 09, 2015 9:15 pm

Mocked by ' Mock Orange' Len? :lol:
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