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Posted by pomeapomea (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 6, 08 at 22:02

I'm very unfamiliar with camellias my grandmother grew them but i never quite caught on and i wasn't very interested until i learned camellia sinensis is what ta is made out of so i was curious if anybody had any tea clippings or seeds or tubers?

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RE: Tea?

Alright I am not affiliated with them but I'll do a little bit of advertising for them. Camellia Forest nursery carries a bunch of different varieties of tea. I've always had a positive experience ordering from them. Or if you are ever in Athens, Tn I have seedlings you can dig up and take if you like.

RE: Tea?

TNAngela, thanks for the Camellia Forest nursery recommendation. Now to decide on a variety...

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