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The New Zealand Tea Tree has very small leaves and large showy flowers in comparison. Many products made form the New Zealand Tea Tree have antibacterial properties, including the honey made from tea tree nectar. This beautiful tree will burst into blooms early in the spring. The Red New Zealand Tea Shrub can grow 5-6ft in the South and is cold hardy to 15*F. This plant can flower at any time,and it bursts into full flower during the early spring during the flowering climax of daffodils and jonquils. The leaves of the Red New Zealand Tea Shrub are used to make tea in many cultures. Red New Zealand Tea Shrub leaves are small rounded and densely clustered on the slender switches, and generally the leaves turn red in cold temperatures.

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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order arrived May 28, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Florence, OR United States  
The plants came yesterday. They were green, moist and healthy. We are hopeful that these very small tea trees will surviveso we are putting them in small pots until they get much bigger..for some reason, the crimson tea trees aren't as hardy as the white ones so they need a lot of TLC!

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So hard to find! June 19, 2014
Reviewer: Peggy Loa from Florence, OR United States  
Both trees are in great shape...healthy and green. We lost both our trees after a very bad frost in January (unusual). We keep our fingers crossed these will survive..the ones we lost were 3 years old, so had survived winters here.

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