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Camellia sinensis

Camellia sinensis

The Camellia sinensis, also known as Camellia China, or more generally the tea plant is a flowering tree native to Asia. Having an ornemental intereste, it is usually grown in small bush. However, it can reach a height of 10 to 15 meters if it is allowed to develop. The relevance of a culture of low Camellia sinensis is to be able to harvest its leaves, which are then used to produce tea. The harvest tea leaves can be done regularly (about every 3 weeks). These leaves must of course be dried before use in preparation of traditional tea.

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The seeds, being relatively hard require scarification. This is simply to make a slit on one side of the seeds, using a knife or a cutter. The seeds will then be easier to get out. Once completed scarification, place the seeds in an environment where the temperature is + - 20 ° C, consisting of a mixture of sand and peat sterilized (or equivalent course). Once the seeds sprouted, the plant can withstand temperatures up to -12 ° C

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Camellia sinensis

Camellia sinensis

The Camellia sinensis, also known as Camellia China, or more generally the tea plant is a flowering tree native to Asia. Having an ornemental intereste, it is usually grown in small bush. However, it can reach a height of 10 to 15 meters if it is allowed to develop. The relevance of a culture of low Camellia sinensis is to be able to harvest its leaves, which are then used to produce tea. The harvest tea leaves can be done regularly (about every 3 weeks). These leaves must of course be dried before use in preparation of traditional tea.

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