a tea plantation in the town of Nuwara Eliya in Sri Lanka in Asien.

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a tea plantation in the town of Nuwara Eliya in Sri Lanka in Asien.

By Teo Spengler Tea plants are evergreen shrubs with dark green leaves. They have been cultivated for centuries in order to use the shoots and leaves to make tea. Tea plant pruning is an essential part of the shrub’s care if you are interested in harvesting its leaves for tea. If you are wondering how to prune tea plants or when to prune a tea plant, read on for tips. Tea Plant Pruning The leaves of tea plants (Camellia sinensis) are used to make green, oolong and black teas. The processing of the young shoots involves withering, oxidation, heat processing and drying. Tea is usually grown in tropical or subtropical areas. Plant your tea shrubs in a warm site that gets full sun for best growth. You’ll need to plant them in well-drained, acidic or pH neutral soil some distance from trees and structures. Tea plant pruning begins quickly after

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