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Camellia sinensis japanese small leaf and large leaf

Posted by lilypage808 z10 HI (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 10, 04 at 13:07

I have seeds of Camellia sinensis small leaf form and large leaf form. These are of Japanese origin. In particular, they came from Shizuoka which is the tea growing capital of Japan. I would like to trade these seeds for seeds of Camellia japonica or reticulata. I also have seedlings available for trade. Please be sure that your seeds are fresh as old seeds do not germinate.

Thank you


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RE: Camellia sinensis japanese small leaf and large leaf

I still have some japonica seeds that were picked fresh in September and refrigerated, which should be good. No trade necessary. E-mail me.


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RE: Camellia sinensis japanese small leaf and large leaf

I'm a newcomer to the tea plant, but want to grow some where I am. Can you tell me how to get these japanese seeds or seedlings? thanks.


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