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After the winter hibernation
The first harvest of the year begins in April, which is known as Spring Harvest or the First Flush. Spring tea leaves are the first and the finest pickings from the bushes that are pruned halfway through the stem during the winter. That consequently supports the bush to produce fresh vegetation during the spring in abundance. The buds and the leaves appear to be shiny and lush in the field allowing to pluck at the beginning of its pubescence.