Situated on the east coast of China, Zhejiang lies to the north of Fujian and south of Jiangsu. This province is predominantly a mountainous and hilly area with a humid subtropical climate. Although summers receive the maximum rainfall, winters too are not as dry as other provinces.
Most of the tea produce from Zhejiang comes from Hangzhou, the largest city in the province. The climate is pretty humid with a seasonal precipitation pattern, the climate is just right for teas to be cultivated all year long. Important and important popular varieties of green tea including dragon well or long jing, gunpowder, and anji bai cha are all cultivated in Zhejiang.
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