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Re: TEA by-products
« Reply #25 on: 26/11/2003 23:31:33 »
When my grandmother made tea she used the leavings on a fern that was growing in an urn in the living room.  It grew huge and had to be transplanted into larger, taller pot.  It grew so huge and reached about 3 to 4 feet to the floor.  We kids used to play hide and seek under the fern!  So today, I, too, use tea leaves on my indoor plants and on outside plants as well.  Other than that tea makes a wonderful dye for fabric.  And a cup of tea is a fine place for lemon and honey - soothing to the throat with winter's onset.
 

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