Chinese Tea is a plant that grows up to 150 centimetres in height, and whose aromatic leaves are suitable for making wonderful healthy infusions. In temperate climates, the weather allows for harvesting the plant up to four times during each season, whilst its growth makes it possible to obtain as many as six types of tea from each Chinese Tea plant. The types include white, yellow, green, half-green, black and pu-erh tea.
Growing: before the sowing, soak the seeds in cold water for 24 hours. The seeds can be sown directly into the soil all-year-round; while sowing, make sure that the temperature is at around 18°C. This variety flowers in June; it prefers semi-shaded positions.
Each packet contains ten seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 5 seeds (+/- 20%)