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Re: Indian spice??


Noreen,
Do you think it might be some kind of curry?
Martha
Pittsburgh

TeichFlora@aol.com wrote:

> Hi...
> A friend from India gave me a plant this weekend.  She didn't know the
> botanical, nor the Eng. name for it.  It is used in southern Indian cooking.
>  It's a shrub, evergreen, thin stemmed, suckering, with alternate, pinnate,
> glossy med. green foliage.  Her plant is not that old, so not sure if the
> stems get thicker with age, but it appeared as if it spreads faster than it
> grows in height.   Wonderful interesting aroma to the foliage though...even
> without crushing.  Kind of a nutty aroma.  Hard to describe.
> Anyone have a clue what this might be????
>
> Appreciate it,
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast
>
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