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Coffee (Coffea arabica)

Coffee (Coffea arabica)

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4" Pot Size
68 in stock
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Coffee (Coffea arabica)
Join the coffee craze and produce your own coffee beans! Arabica is the coffee of commerce and produces red, pulpy berries on an upright shrub. And if the berries don’t attract enough attention, then the fragrant white blooms nestled among shiny green leaves surely will. We also like to use Coffee as a fragrant foliage plant to fill a room. Place in a bright window and soon you’ll be harvesting your own beans.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Spring, Summer
Sun Requirement Full Sun, Partial Sun
Grows to 3-5'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 55
Plant Type Fragrant
  1. Fantastic foliage Review by M
    How do you rate this product?

    I have had my coffee plant for around 4 or 5 years now. In that time it went from a small little plant to a very lovely 5 foot plant. It has nice deep green foliage and is one of my favorite large plants. Around year 3 or 4 I got my first coffee beans, not enough for roasting but enough to start a few new coffee plants. Currently my plant has berries that are just turning red and I can't wait for them to ripen. Even if you aren't a coffee drinker this plant is worth having for the nice foliage and the fragrant flowers and beans. Guest always seem most drawn to this plant and my kumquats plants when they visit. My only caution is that the leaves tend to turn brown in northern climates if it does not get enough sunlight. I keep mine in a sun room with southern and eastern exposure. (Posted on 2/2/2018)

  2. Give it a try Review by Lexy
    How do you rate this product?

    The plant arrived healthy. It is an easy grower which grows pretty fast. It likes sunny window and humidity. Water as needed and you will be bffs. Thanks to Logees we have a chance to try growing tropicals and rare plants. Thank you for an exciting opportunity! (Posted on 6/4/2015)