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Canaan Albright
- 3 Months ago

Your links are outdated.

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Family Love
- 3 Months ago

The website doesn't work. 😞

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lee'a Robinson
- 3 Months ago

I liked this alot

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MsNoeynono
- 3 Months ago

Will this grow in NE TN?

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Lisa Balualua
- 3 Months ago

Ok i was interested in making my own tea. But you lost me at "the time you pick the leaves determines the type of tea" 😅😂 Im sorry but i dont have time for that. Im going back to buying tea at the the store. This was a very interesting and informing video tho. Thumbs up!👍

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Joseph Benmar Magdali
- 3 Months ago

What is the name of the plant?

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Catnip2011
- 3 Months ago

When I clicked on your site, it says "the domain has expired."

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chicago chicago
- 3 Months ago

What kind of leaves should I buy for matcha

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Leonor Peralta
- 3 Months ago

Your domain expired

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Jacey Neubauer
- 3 Months ago

when do harvest

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Thomas Mek
- 3 Months ago

I have a serious question. I want to
Do this but idk how to even take care of plants. If the leaves are not dried properly will they mold? I want to do this correctly so I don't make anyone sick

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Joe Doe
- 3 Months ago

Do I need a greenhouse to grow it in Ohio?

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Lisa Pratt
- 3 Months ago

It's LUKE!!!

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Jacques Hébert
- 3 Months ago

What kind of soil should I use?

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Brian Broussard
- 3 Months ago

I said the same thing, what's the MI guy doing on a different channel. I drink hot tea's and want to start growing the plants. I am in Zone 9, north of Houston, Texas. What time of year is best to grow tea?

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U WUT M8?
- 3 Months ago

so much for the website

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franzb69
- 3 Months ago

mi gardener! lol

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George Gibson
- 3 Months ago

"green tea or black tea is totally based on when you pick the leaves" ???
I don't think so.
It is based on the post harvest processing –
White: wilted and unoxidized;
Yellow: unwilted and unoxidized but allowed to yellow;
Green: unwilted and unoxidized;
Oolong: wilted, bruised, and partially oxidized;
Black: wilted, sometimes crushed, and fully oxidized;

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Bernard Johnson
- 3 Months ago

GMO?

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Tenaj I.
- 3 Months ago

Luke, I live in So. Cal. Winter temps don't get extremely low here. With not a lot of space for greening up my home, would these be ok to have on maybe a front porch? Or out in the yard somewhere?

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