General: Self-branching, silvery, curry scented foliage bearing tiny yellow flowers. This is a dwarf version of Curry. Dwarf Curry should not be used in cooking and is not edible but does give off a curry-like aroma that can be appetizing. Use among woolens to repel moths or in potpourri & aromatherapy. Plant in fertile, moist well-drained soil.
Ornamental Uses: Once dried the flowers produced in summer can be used for potpourri and wreaths. This plant can also make a very nice accent to plant in herb gardens.