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5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds Chinese Green Tea

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5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds Chinese Green Tea
5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds Chinese Green Tea $16.66 Original price was: $16.66.$14.99Current price is: $14.99.
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5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds For Cultivating Authentic Chinese Green Tea Beverage

Experience the joy of cultivating your very own Chinese green tea beverage with our 5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds. Native to the subtropics, this perennial woody plant is perfect for your courtyard, offering not just a refreshing drink, but also enhancing the beauty of your outdoor space.

Our Camellia Sinensis seeds are versatile in size, making them suitable for small, mini, large or medium-sized planting spaces. They bloom fully during the spring, bringing a vibrant touch of life to your garden. Despite their exotic origins, these seeds have a low cultivating difficulty degree, making them ideal for both novice and experienced gardeners.

Not only are these seeds a novel addition to your garden, but they also serve a beautifying function. So why not add a dash of Capricorn-inspired greenery to your outdoor area? The Camellia Sinensis plant is a great conversation starter and a testament to your unique gardening style.

How to Plant 5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds Chinese Green Tea:
1. Prepare a planting pot with well-draining soil.
2. Place the seeds approximately 1 inch deep into the soil.
3. Water the seeds generously, ensuring the soil is consistently moist.
4. Place the pot in a location with partial sunlight.
5. Wait for the seeds to sprout, which usually takes about 6-8 weeks.
6. Once they’ve grown into seedlings, transplant them into your outdoor garden.

In essence, our 5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds offer an authentic, lush, and easy-to-grow addition to your garden. Get ready to impress your guests with your exclusive homegrown Chinese green tea.

Planting Essentials:

  • Latin Name: The Latin name for these seeds is Camellia Sinensis, which is known for its rich green leaves used to create authentic Chinese green tea.
  • Planting Season: These seeds are best planted during the spring season when they bloom fully.
  • Germination Rate: The germination rate is high, with sprouting expected to occur within 6-8 weeks of planting.
  • Grown Plant Size: The fully grown plant size can vary depending on the size of the planting space, but is generally a medium-sized woody plant.
  • Time to Maturity: The plant reaches maturity in one to two years, after which leaves can be harvested for tea.
  • Soil Type: The Camellia Sinensis seeds thrive in well-draining soil that is consistently moist.
  • Watering: Water generously to keep the soil moist, especially during dry seasons.
  • Sunlight: These seeds grow best in partial sunlight, making them perfect for courtyard planting.
  • Uses: Apart from cultivating Chinese green tea, these seeds also serve a beautifying function for your outdoor space.
  • Deer Resistance: The mature Camellia Sinensis plant is generally deer-resistant.
  • Pest and Disease Resistance: These seeds have innate resistance to most common pests and diseases, making them easy to cultivate.
  • Spacing Requirements: Allow ample space between seeds to facilitate healthy growth and development.
  • Companion Plants: Camellia Sinensis can be planted alongside other subtropical plants for a diverse garden.
  • Harvesting Instructions: Once mature, pick the youngest leaves from the top of the plant to brew your Chinese green tea.

5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds Chinese Green Tea

5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds Chinese Green Tea

5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds Chinese Green Tea

5pcs Camellia Sinensis Seeds Chinese Green Tea

Additional information



Applicable Constellation







Novel Plant




Woody Plants

Full-bloom Period



Outdoor Plants





Cultivating Difficulty Degree

Very Easy