Yes, you can grow tea in a vegetable garden or even a ccontainer garden. Try lavender, peppermint, rose hips, chamomile, thyme, rosemary, and many more.
A large garden isn’t necessary, a small plantar on the balcony will do just fine. Try starting with the plant, Camillia Sinensis, a small shrub about 1-2 meters in height. This shrub grows much taller so it will need pruning. After some time, expect to see small white blossoms. Leaves that are useful for harvest may take up to 3 years. For information on where to purchase leaves check out: seedtrack.com
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