Do you know what this tree is? Well it is the Indian Curry Leaf tree (Murraya koenigii syn.).
A favourite cooking ingredient in Sri Lankan and South Indian Cuisines.
I love this tree, I use the leaves in South Indian recipes.
Nothing can compare to the flavour the leaves impart to curries, Indian rice dishes and baked goods.
I freeze some curry leaf leaves in summer when they are green and flavour full and then use them in winter when the leaves turn brownish in the cold weather.
I love the way the leaves fall on the branches and the fragrance as you brush past this tree in the garden.
To grow a curry leaf tree, simply eat the outside of the berry and then plant the seed in a pot, keep it moist sheltered from extreme temperature. Do not eat the seeds, they are poisonous.