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First time with my own Camellia Sinensis!

Posted by ohheygwen 8: Seattle, WA (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 4, 13 at 5:06

Hello all!
I am in the process of moving to Seattle and I would love to begin growing many of my own plants. I have an indoor greenhouse located in a sunny spot, it is just under six feet tall, which will serve as a space for warmth and humidity.
I love green tea and this is one thing I would love to begin with!
This is definitely my first time embarking on such a project and I am very anxious to get started.
Suggestions of where to buy either young plants or perhaps seeds and helpful care tips are much appreciated.
Thank you and blessings to you and your growing!


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RE: First time with my own Camellia Sinensis!

I would buy plants. I can't imagine how long it would take to grow a nice size bush from a seed.


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RE: First time with my own Camellia Sinensis!

I bought mine from Furn-ys but I'm sure other nurseries such as Molb-ks would have it too.


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