As you know, "tea" comes from the camellia sinensis plant. And here's what that plant looks like, in case you have not had the pleasure to see one. This plant came to me as a gift from Marmalady about three years ago and, thanks to the green thumb of the DH, has been thriving. This year it bloomed effusively.
"Cami", as I call her, has been living for the past year on our north balcony. The plant seems to be thriving within a large pot (I think this is pot #3), well-drained soil and the level of light in that space. It's not a full day of sun. We had Cami on the south balcony for a bit and it was too much direct sun. The DH also provides an occasional fertilization and has done some shaping of the plant, as well.
If you have a tea plant that is doing well, what tips can you share for its healthy growth?