The Coffea Arabica, or coffee plant, which is a fast growing house plant that can produce flowers and coffee berries when it is mature.
The Coffee Plant repotted in a Berg's Julie Rosa indoor plant pot.
The coffee plant, a tropical house plant, in a Berg's Simona Nordic Grey indoor plant Pot.
Coffee Plant replanted in a Berg's Simona Emerald Green glazed house plant pot.
The coffee plant, potted in a Berg's Hoff Rosa pot with an Emerald Green glazed pot dish.

Coffea Arabica - Coffee Plant

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History is one of the defining features of the Coffea Arabica, or Coffee plant. It’s origins date back to 1000BC in the Kingdom of Kefa, now modern-day Ethiopia. In its natural tropical African habitat, the Coffee plant is an ‘understory plant’, which typically dwells under the forest canopy.

The rich, attractive glossy green leaves and vigorous growing habits have made this plant a popular choice among botany enthusiasts.

It can take 3 - 5 years for a coffee plant to mature, however, a mature plant can produce fragrant white flowers. If the flowers are pollinated they will produce berries that contain coffee beans.

Care

Light

The plant thrives in bright rooms but prefers to be kept away from direct sunlight. Avoid keeping Coffee plants in shady places and consider moving this plant to south-facing rooms during the winter months.

 Water

Coffee Plants love water, they prefer to be kept in slightly damp soil. Test the soil weekly to ensure they are happy. Leaves will begin to droop if they aren't happy.

Tips

 These plants are vigorous growers, capable of reaching heights of 6ft tall when grown as indoor plants. Repot your Coffee Plant each spring, just as the plant enters its growing season.

Toxicity

All plant parts are toxic to humans and animals if ingested.

Sizing

Your Coffee Plant currently lives in a (12cm diameter, 9cm height) nursery pot. 

They're 30cm in height (Pot base to leaf tip) and can reach a height of 180cm.