The tea bush belongs to theaceae family and it’s botanical name is Camellia Sinensis. The plant grows in its natural way more than three meter high When it grows wild it should be called tea tree rather than tea bush. Only by regular pruning does it develop the characteristic appearance of a bush one meter high, with a flat table like surface. The bark of the tea bush varies from greenish brown to grey in color. Tea plants are evergreen with longish elliptical leaves.