Growing Camellia sinensis: Tea for Home Gardeners and Herbalists

Many gardeners who live in climates with long, warm, humid summers and cold winters choose to plant C. sinensis in pots. Camellia sinensis can be quite content living in a pot, so long as its neither too large nor too small and you keep the soil well-watered and well-drained. You can have a mini-tea plantation on your back patio...

Read this article and all of our other Herbal Nerd Society Content.

Become a Member Today. Join Us Here. | Already a Member just log in here.

You may also be interested in:

Browse Herbalism Topics

The Herbal Nerd Society

Gain access to even more with an additional 250 articles, recipes, and more in ad-free viewing.

Become a Member
Ads Help Support Us