Plant A Simple Tea Garden


Article by: Donald Rohde

Materials Needed
1 decorative clay or metal , Gardening - Plumeria Plant Care planter
1 package of clay pellets (approx. 30 pellets)
3 packets of organic , Outdoor Lighting Fixtures Increase Safety and Decrease Expense tea leaves seeds , New for 2006 - Granite Flexible Preformed Rock Ponds (YOUR CHOICE)
Grow-rich or nutrient-rich potting soil , Daylily "Red Hot Returns" (ASK YOUR NURSERY FOR THE BEST RECOMMENDATION FOR YOUR AREA)

1. Spread the clay pellets evenly along bottom of planter. These will absorb water , Winterberry Holly 'Winter Red' and promote healthy , The Old Faithful - Case Tractors root development of the tea plants. , Gardening - The Mulberry

2. Moisten potting soil , Gardening: Plants and Gardens in a large plastic , Gardening - Plumeria Plant Care bag and then spread mix over clay pellets in planter, leaving 1/2 inch at top of planter.

3. Sprinkle seeds , Landscaping, An American Pass Time on soil, , Outdoor Lighting Fixtures Increase Safety and Decrease Expense leaving about 2 or so inches between different varieties.

4. Lightly cover the seeds , Handcrafted Garden Bridges Builds Traditional Arched Span Bridges with Modern Flair with dry soil, , Landscaping - Maintaining A Landscaped Garden and then moisten slightly with a spray bottle or a few drops of water. , Exotic Flowers: Luxurious and Impressive for Your Home and Garden Decor

5. Label the varieties of tea on the bottom or side of planter, or create popsicle-stick signs to place , Using Bulbs in Your Landscaping in the soil. , Balcony, Patio, and Courtyard Gardening

6. Move planter to a warm place , Sheds - is this a Man's Castle? in indirect sunlight until germination takes place. , Landscaping, An American Pass Time After germination, relocate planter to a warm area with natural , Using Plants To Make Us Happier sunlight.

7. When tea leaves reach a height of about two inches, thin out seedlings across the total planter surface to provide adequate space for future growth.

8. Water , Sheds - is this a Man's Castle? periodically, only when the soil , Landscaping, An American Pass Time is moderately dry.

9. Pick tea leaves sparingly and brew in a hot , Water Lilies - How and When to Divide and Fertilize pot of water. , Exotic Flowers: Luxurious and Impressive for Your Home and Garden Decor Sit back, sip and enjoy!
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