Are you one who loves to enjoy a great cup of tea outside in the garden or out on the back patio? Then why not grow your own tea in the garden? If you are new to the world of gardening, tea is a great starter plant because it is easy to grow. And if you don’t have enough space for an actual garden, tea plants grow well in containers also, perfect for your small outdoor space. Since there has been quite a push in the last few years for better health, many people are drinking more herbal teas to start their journey to a healthier lifestyle.
If you are looking for a few easy-to-grow plants for your tea garden, here are some good ones courtesy of ALCC.com:
Flavorful on its own or with other citrus flavors and chocolate.
Lemon Balm can be enjoyed separately or mix it with orange mint.
This tea plant provides unique flavor to enjoy hot or cold.
Chamomile is great for its flavor and soothing effects on the stomach.
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