The tea plant, Camellia sinensis, from which black, green, oolong and white tea are all obtained. (noun)
The tree Melaleuca alternifolia from which tea tree oil is obtained. (noun)
A shrub or small tree native to New Zealand and southeast Australia, Leptospermum scoparium. (noun)
The kanuka, Kunzea ericoides. (noun)
The duke of Argyll's tea tree, Lycium barbarum, also known as wolfberry or matrimony vine. (noun)
The shrub ti, Cordyline fruticosa. (noun)
Examples of word tea tree
FTW sumwot OT Sunday I spent all afternoon & part of the evening in a bar/poolhall & hadda come home and washeverything i wuz wearing and washrinserepeat my hair wif peppermint teatree shampooz to get rid 0 da smoak sschmells.
Dryland teatree and mallee box (Eucalyptus porosa) communities were once widespread on Yorke Peninsula.
On western Eyre Peninsula, mallee box grew in association with dryland teatree and southern native pine (Callitris preissii).
Both the Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas were once covered with dryland teatree (Melaleuca lanceolata) woodlands with herbaceous understories.
For a covering to sleep under, they fabricated a kind of rug by stitching together layers of the paper-like inner bark of the Australian teatree.