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THE CURRY TREE

ndian emigrants took their curry trees with them when they went to live in different countries, not only for culinary use, but for their medicinal properties too, as they are rich in antioxidants. Curry trees are a small bush or tree growing to around 4 – 6m tall in tropical and sub-tropical areas. If you want to grow one in cold areas

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