Some varieties can also tolerate and are cultivated as far north as in England, in Scotland, in the United States, and in Canada.
These facts may prove that the place of origin of Camellia sinensis is in the area including the northern part of the Burma, Yunnan, and Sichuan districts of China.
The earliest of the three to enter English is cha, which came in the 1590s via the Portuguese, who traded in and picked up the pronunciation of the word.
An process triggered by the plant's intracellular causes the leaves to turn progressively darker as their breaks down and tannins are released.
Order of Cistercians, Reformed Trappist Dòng Xitô Cải Cách O.
Congregation of the Legionaries of Christ Dòng Các Cha Đạo Binh Chúa Kitô L.
Brigittine Monks Dòng Các Thầy Brigittine O.
A plant will grow a new flush every 7 to 15 days during the growing season.