It’s been about 4 weeks since I planted my curry leaf (Murraya koenigii) seeds and they are doing well. The seedlings had grown enough roots, so that they were poking out of my seed starters. Meaning it was time to put them into some potting soil. For now, they are in little 3″ pots.
My plan is to transplant them as they continue to grow and get bigger. The tallest plan on the right is about 2 inches tall. The two plants on the left are just under a half inch in height. Since it’s going to be Fall soon, I will need to bring them inside. Curry leaf plants don’t like cold weather.
I’ve found from first hand experience how much they don’t like cold weather. They will just start dropping leaves, once fall rolls around. In general, they just don’t look well until after I brought my first plant inside. So, I am really looking forward to having a decent supply in the next few years! I now have 6 baby curry leave plants!!
You can read more about my experiences growing the curry leaf plants in my previous post here.
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