I found an interesting source of cultivars of Camelias up to zone 6 which produces fermented black teas and green teas. For those who have seen the recent research of cellular mitochondria and the importance of antioxidants in reducing cellular degeneration (aging), I thought you may be interested in entertaining the idea of cultivating your own tea.
I just found out about camellias yesterday.
Sasha Goldberg wrote:Tea comes from Camellia Sinensis, only. There are a whole lot of Camellias that are not Sinensis.
Tobias Ber wrote:some info on : Camelia Sinensis "Sochi" (that russian, Black-Sea tea plant)
has anybody experience in growing it?
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