Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘camellia fest’


Tea & More Tea, Please

Tea & More Tea, Please
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Camellia sinensis is a species of evergreen shrub or small tree. Primarily, the buds and flowers are used to make teas such as white, green, oolong, black, yellow, and pu-erh (though not chamomile, mint, and rooibos teas). Using early leaves or more mature leaves produces differing flavors and “tea qualities,” and sometimes, even the twigs […]

Camellia & Tea Festival

Camellia & Tea Festival

Enjoying the blooming of tens of thousands camellias every year at Descanso Gardens is thanks to a man who was born in a log cabin in Washington state, was gassed during World War I in the Argonne, and spent time working as a “door-to-door flatiron salesman, ditch digger, janitor and miner.” This man? Elias Manchester […]

Camellia Fest 2014

Camellia Fest 2014

Celebrate the camellia, which brightens gray winter days with its colorful blossoms.  Descanso Gardens’ annual Camellia Festival arrives this weekend, February 8th-9th with fairy tours of an enchanted forest, tea time (Camellia sinensis) with Chado Tea, Brad King of the So Cal Camellia society sharing information about camellia cultivation and care, a traditional Japanese tea […]

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