- The tea plant (Camellia sinensis), from which black, green, oolong and white tea are all obtained.
- The tree Melaleuca alternifolia, from which tea tree oil is obtained.
- 1938, Norman Lindsay, Age of Consent, 1st Australian edition, Sydney, N.S.W.: Ure Smith, published 1962, →OCLC, page 77:
- It was a subject requiring the figure. The figure of a girl standing in the water, dappled by light and shade through the tea-tree, with the sunlit bank behind her. Bradly scanned the lagoon up and down, searching the clumps of mangrove for the figure of a girl.
- A shrub or small tree native to New Zealand and southeast Australia (Leptospermum scoparium).
- The kanuka, Kunzea ericoides.
- The duke of Argyll's tea tree (Lycium barbarum), also known as wolfberry or matrimony vine.
- The shrub ti (Cordyline fruticosa).
- (Leptospermum scoparium): manuka
Derived terms edit
Camellia sinensis — see tea plant
Kunzea ericoides — see kanuka
Lyceum barbarum — see wolfberry
Cordyline fruticosa — see ti