What is Curry plant
Curry plant (scientific name: Helichrysum italicum) is an evergreen shrub of the genus Helichrysum in the Asteraceae family and is native to the Mediterranean region. It is a member of the Helichrysum family and produces small yellow flowers in summer. The leaves are silver in color. The name comes from the strong curry smell on the leaves and stems. It can be used for cut flowers, dried flowers, potpourri, garden plants and flower beds.
Generic name: Curry plant, scientific name: Helichrysum italicum, another name: Italian everlasting, herb of grace, everlasting, origin: Mediterranean coast, environment: dry hills and rocks, habitat: evergreen shrub, shurub height: 30-60 cm, leaf colour: silver, petiole: lanceolate and linear, crown: tubular (head flower), flower colour: yellow, diameter: 0.3 - 0.5 cm, flowering period: July - August, uses: flowerbeds, ornamental plants, herbs, dried flowers, insect repellent.