Coffee PlantCoffea Arabica

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Description
Ahh, coffee! How about growing your own! Can these really grow coffee? The answer is yes! If your plant flowers, which usually happens in year 3 (these little guys are approx. 7 months old), you may get just enough beans to roast, grind and make yourself a cup of coffee! The coffee plant has naturally lush and shiny, deep green leaves and is a gorgeous looking plant, with or without the beans! Please contact us if you require more than on of these plants as we often have extra stock available.

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Coffee Plant 7cm (X-COFFEA-07)

How to Grow
Fertilize your coffee plant every 2-3 months during the warm seasons but not at all over Winter. Rose and Citrus fertilizers are a great option for your coffee plant or you could even use ground coffee beans!
More Info
They like bright but not indirect sunlight and prefer to be on the damp side. Coffee plants are generally robust but they do need a regular feed. If new foliage comes through pale or mottled, then this is a sign it needs more nutrients. You can combat this by repotting your coffee plant into a larger pot with fresh compost and a good quality houseplant feed.
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