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Ti Tree Assorted

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Common names: Tea Tree
Color : Assorted
Bloom Size: Small
Lengths available: 50 to 90 cm
Availability: -In its flowering stage, March, April ,May from California.
- August, September, October, November from Australia.
General Comments: - Stiff stems with short laterals.
- Floral spike running the majority of the stem.
Flowers are upright spikes of small white flowers. Pure whit flowers with a purple tinge at base. Leaves are small needle like dark green. Very aromatic when crushed. Long lasting and perfect for drying.
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  • This is an Agonis variety, often tinted, available from Australia and California.
  • Commonly referred to as "Tea Tree" and often found as an ingredient in a variety of health store products due to its anti-bacterial and cosmetic properties.
  • Closely related to another popular filler called Leptospermum ("Lepto")
  • Interesting filler flower.

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  • Should be graded by stem length in cm.
  • Usually graded by bunch weight ranging from 350 to 500 grams.

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  • Care should be taken in packing of tinted Ti-Tree to avoid "bleeding" of dye.
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