CAMELIA TEA TREE
The tea tree is a shrub belonging to the Camelia family. In China, it is better known by the name of « Camelia Sinensis » (ramifications from the base), whereas in Assam, the tea tree is known as « Camelia Assamica » (a common trunk with longer and greener leaves). In a natural environment, a tea tree can attain 20 meters high. The oldest tea tree in the world is 3600 year old and is located in Yunnan, China. A cultivated tea tree can be trimmed and cut back, which is often the case on plantations.