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        Week 38 – September 17, 2020

        Plant Information

        Brew-Tea-Ful Green Camellia

        New variety!
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        Plant Details:

        Scientific Name: Camellia Sinensis

        Common Name: Green Tea Plant

        Hardiness Zone: 7a - 11

        Hardiness Degree: 0°F (-17.8°C)

        Blooming Season: Early Spring, Autumn, Winter, Late Summer

        Plant Habit: Upright

        Characteristics: Scented Foliage, Drought Tolerant, Low Maintenance, Culinary Use

        Water: Light

        Fertilize: Once a week

        Spacing: 5 - 8" (13 - 20cm)

        Height: 12 - 15" (30 - 38cm)

        Width: 10 - 12" (25 - 30cm)

        Exposure: Sun

        General Information: 

        Tea is produced by harvesting the tips of the branches and then drying the foliage. Best to dry them under cover outdoors. Tips can be harvested every couple of weeks; the larger the plant gets, the bigger the volume of tea that can be harvested. Dry leaves are chopped or crushed, and then steeped to make tea. Freshly made tea is much more flavorful and higher in antioxidants than tea that has been packaged and stored over time.

        Grower Information:

        Consumers can grow their own tea leaves at home! This is a great patio/container plant that thrives in full sun. Freshly made tea is much more flavorful and higher in antioxidants than tea that has been packaged and stored over time. Tea is produced by harvesting the tips of the branches and then drying the leaves. Best to dry them under cover outdoors.
        Supplied as a Liner 40 or a 4" pot.

        Bred by John Robb of Kulnara, New South Wales (NSW) in Australia

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