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Tea tree or Ti-tree is a popular name that has been applied to a number of different, unrelated plants:
- Camellia sinensis (aka Thea sinensis), from which black, green, oolong and white tea are all obtained
- Melaleuca species in the family Myrtaceae, sources for the essential oils
- Leptospermum, also in the family Myrtaceae, source for Mānuka honey
- Kunzea ericoides or White tea-tree, a tree or shrub of Australia and New Zealand
- Taxandria parviceps, also in the family Myrtaceae
- species of Lycium, including
- Ti (plant), Cordyline fruticosa, in the family Laxmanniaceae, formerly treated in the family Agavaceae
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