(Baby Dancing Tea plants, left)
I've been receiving email questions regarding sources for some of the plants I've written about in my columns in The Herb Companion magazine recently. If you go to my website http://www.LongCreekHerbs.com and click on the "Looking for Plants?" button, it will take you to a page with my recommendations for sources of many of the plants I write about (and gr0w).
The dancing tea plant likes mostly shade, with filtered light. Mine is on the north side of my grape arbor and gets morning sun only and it's looking quite happy and robust. Recently 3 of us were standing near it talking and one of the people had a lot of volume to her voice. I pointed out the dancing tea was dancing up a storm every time she spoke.