DIY Teas in my greenhouse


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Re: DIY Teas in my greenhouse

Postby entropyembrace » May 4th, '11, 14:35

churng wrote:I think maybe people are underestimating the hardiness of a tea plant?

I imagine that after the initial delicate phase when its beginning to grow its roots it might be a little temperamental, but once it's time to transfer from pot to soil I don't see it being that hard to keep alive at all

Found these if you have difficulty finding seeds and plants...
http://www.camforest.com/Camellia_sinensis_s/34.htm

They also have one year old ones too so you can skip some worry


That depends on where you live...where I live a camellia left outdoors during winter will die, developed roots or not. Even modern cold hardy camellia hybrids can´t survive when the temperature drops below -30ºC for days at a time.
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Re: DIY Teas in my greenhouse

Postby Alex » May 7th, '11, 08:10

nonc_ron wrote:Image
With tea so cheap and food so expensive I'll stick with growing food.



Wow you grew a cat?!>!>!?
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