For general/other topics related to tea.
Feb 14th, '07, 22:19
Joined: Jun 4th, '06, 22:29
Location: Southern California
Feb 15th, '07, 13:06
Joined: Apr 22nd, '06, 20:52
Location: Back in the TeaCave atop Mt. Fuji
Camelia sinensis, the tea plant, is a broadleaf evergreen. There are tons of phots of the plant on line...just google...but here is one nice very close up photo...after opening the link, click on the close up photo. Many vendors have nice photos.jamlover wrote:I'm assuming the tea plant is a deciduous shrub. How does it ever get any size if it is picked as soon as it starts to bud? Would like to see the plant close up!!
I've seen the pictures in the book by Adagio Tea but couldn't be sure of the looks of the leaves.
http://www.teaspring.com/moreviews.asp? ... +Long+Jing
Feb 15th, '07, 13:37
Joined: Dec 20th, '06, 23:33
Location: Gainesville, Florida
Feb 16th, '07, 03:08
Joined: Jan 11th, '07, 22:44
Location: Orlando, Florida
Thank you for your note. Teas are usually good for about 1 year. The next
harvest of teas will be available to us, as well as to many other tea
vendors, sometime in June or July of this year. We hope this information
helps, and thank you for visiting Adagio Teas!