Camellia Sinensis - the tea tree or plant (edible)
Camellia Sinensis, also called tea tree, tea plant or tea shrub, is part of the Evergreen family. The leaves are glossy green with jagged edges. Flowering is prevented during cultivation by harvesting the leaves, forcing the plant to constantly produce more buds. The developing fruit has a green skin and a single round of brown seeds. The seeds can be used to make tea oil.
The different teas made from the Camellia plant have a wide range of medicinal properties and can be consumed either as a hot or cold drink.
Height with pots included approx. 25-30 cm
Pot diameter 10 cm
See the full care guide on the blog.
The decorative bowl is not included in the price.
The copies in stock also have leaves with defects.