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  • Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic for Sale

    Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic for Sale

    Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic for Sale

    Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic for Sale

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Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic

Coffee arabica


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-t- Root Rocket™ Fertilizer
Root Rocket™ Transplant Fertilizer

2oz. Packet

Get your new plants off to the right start by using Root Rocket™ Transplant.

This soil amendment contains 16 strains of mycorrhizal fungi, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria and Horta-Sorb® water management gel.

Simply sprinkle the product into the planting hole adjacent to the root ball when planting.

The organisms will start to work right away supplying the roots with much needed nutrition.

The specially formulated Horta-Sorb® will reduce transplant stress and aid in water retention.

1 packet per plant

Root Rocket Fertilizer
-t- Planting Mix
Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic Planting Mix

Helps your Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic get established in a fraction of the time, become more drought tolerant, and grow faster. Here's how:

Beneficial Bacteria... It's like a Probiotic for your tree... creating an explosion of fine hair roots that vastly improves nutrient and water uptake.

Coarse Organic Compost... loosens and improves all types of soils while promoting proper pH levels. You get better drainage and moisture retention.

Microbial Fertilizers... including Sea Kelp, Yucca, and 100 other elements proven to gently feed your tree without burning the roots.

Use 1 bag of Planting Mix for each plant ordered.

Soil Contents
-t- TreeGator® Jr. Watering Bag
TreeGator® Jr.

When you’re making an investment and effort in planting new trees in your landscape, you can assure their survival and growth by using TreeGator® - a truly simple and innovative drip irrigation system in a bag.

With hot summers and droughts the norm around the USA, TreeGator® is an absolute necessity to protect your new trees and shrubs.

TreeGator® is super easy to install without any tools, and it can easily be filled up with a standard garden hose or can even be connected to a rain barrel!

It's a super time saver that takes the worry out continually remembering whether you've watered your new tree or not. Plus, all the water that goes into the drip bag is used up with no waste, so TreeGator® is environmentally friendly with regard to water use.

Tree Gator
-t- Planket™ - Frost & Cold Protection
PLanket 10-20 ft.

Protect your sensitive plants and shrubs with the Planket™

Benefits include:

  1. Lightweight fabric allows your plants to breather while also protecting them from the frost and cold winds.

  2. 6ft. round size makes it easy to protect sensitive container plants.


Growing Zones: 4-11 patio / 9-11 outdoors
(hardy down to 30℉)

Growing Zones 9-11 outdoors
4-11 patio
9-11 outdoors

You are in Growing Zone: 7

Mature Height:

6 ft.

Mature Width:

3 ft.



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Botanical Name:

Coffee arabica

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A Cup of Joe, Organic and Right at Home

Fresh coffee beans after the first season of growth? It’s easy with the organic Arabica Coffee Plant. Proper care means your own homemade coffee with the extra perk of organic growth – no harsh sprays or chemicals required.

Effortless to grow, no matter where you live. This instant-favorite houseplant produces vibrant beans against the bold backdrop of dark green, gleaming foliage. A focal point in any space and bringer of bountiful beans, the Arabica Coffee Plant is a must-have for the coffee lover.

Harvest fresh, aromatic coffee beans right from your backyard. During the ripening process, these eye-catching coffee beans transition from green to yellow, then a rich orange hue, then finally to deep, dramatic red. And not only does the Arabica Coffee Plant produce fresh and fragrant beans, but it also brings flourishing, jasmine-scented blooms during spring.

Once you’ve picked your succulent, savory Arabica Coffee Beans, dry them in your roaster or oven. After the beans have cooled, they’re ready to grind and brew into a hot, homemade cup of Joe. Growing and brewing your own coffee has never been more effortless and healthful.

Plus, with minimal maintenance and hassle-free growth, the Arabica Coffee Plant is even more desirable. Plant your new Arabica Coffee Plant in a pot, indoors or outdoors. If you reside in growing zones 9-11, place the Arabica Coffee Plant in the ground and ensure you protect it if temperatures drop below 30 degrees F. Place it in a room with windows during the winter, or grow it indoors year-round. The possibilities are endless with the adaptable, versatile Arabica Coffee Plant. Free of harmful sprays and harsh chemicals, the organic Arabica Coffee Plant offers the freshest beans around.

Order yours today for a delicious, homegrown cup of coffee, right from your backyard!

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Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic Pollination

Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic will drastically increase the size of your crop.

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Healthy plants
Beautiful plant! Arrived healthy and looks just like the picture! I also ordered the tea plant, lemon tree and key lime tree, all of the are doing great.
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December 29, 2018
2 months ago
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Plant intact upon shipping
They did a great job shipping the plant. There was no damage to it and happy to say, it is doing really well.
December 20, 2018
2 months ago
5 stars with an asterisk --
Five stars for the plants, but none (or one) for the packing. Three plants were delivered in two boxes. Two of the three pots were inadequately secured and arrived loose inside the boxes. In one case the plant had even come out of the plastic bag which was originally tied around it. Probably because it was a short shipping distance (Carolina to central Florida) the plants weren't damaged much. I'll give the company a pass this time because they shipped the product two days after H. Michael went thru their area, so the packing may have been done by temps or some available inexperienced office staff, but it wasn't up to FGT's usual high standard. If this had been the first order with FGT I wouldn't make a second one.

The plants themselves were of appropriate size and quality. They were planted in an outdoor garden (again, Central Florida) and are doing very well. The two attached photos show a single plant and then a second view with another coffee plant in the background. The local extension agent says we can expect to be able to get a suitable crop of coffee in this sub-tropical climate.

Now if I could just figure out how to get the coffee beans to grow into those little plastic pods . . .
Two Arabica coffee plants in outdoor garden
Arabica coffee plant, outdoors
December 5, 2018
3 months ago
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Arrived healthy
These may be a challenge for me, but a fun one! Summers here are warm, humid, but lots of direct sun. Bought two and after wandering the web, realized each one was actually about 7 trees. We are going into winter so intense sun won't be a problem. Going to put a shelf in a south facing garage window in the garage, build a form and cover it in clear plastic - sort of like a mini greenhouse. Going to separate one of the plant groups and set them on a heating pad in the greenhouse over winter, along with some live oak acorns, separate pots of course. The other group is going in the house for the winter. Looking to see if I can rent a Meerkat once the beans start to develop. If you're not sure what I'm talking about, search "most expensive coffee" on the web.
November 28, 2018
2 months ago
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great plant
great plant with great color . helpful tip don't let it dry out in the summer heat or it will die quickly
November 27, 2018
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
Arabica Coffee
Happy with this tree. Planted (Indoors in zone 5.) South facing window with supplemental light. Nice shiny bright green leaves. Sometimes the edges of leaves get brown, which I think is due to low humidity in the house. No flowers have grown after a few years in this environment.
November 26, 2018
over 4 years ago
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My happy plant
Love it .. it is thriving!! I was so impressed with the care you took in packing, shipping and handling it. I will definitely buy from you again.
November 21, 2018
3 months ago
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The tree came in great condition. I was excited about receiving it. A wonderful addition to my plant family.
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September 28, 2018
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Love it!
Love the coffee plant. It is growing and looking really pretty. I have it by a window that lets in light all day long but not in the sun. It is doing great!
September 27, 2018
4 months ago
Just received my new addition. Great packaging and arrived healthy and full looking with thick, glossy leaves as advertised.
August 26, 2018

Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic

Arabica Coffee Plant - USDA Organic Planting Diretions

The Arabica coffee plant is an evergreen shrub originating from the highlands of Ethiopia and today provides a serious percentage of the world's coffee production.

The beans themselves are pairs of flat, elongated seeds found inside the red, cherry-like fruit. The coffee plant grows to a mature height of about 6 feet and a width of 3 feet. It's primarily grown outdoors in shaded areas in the more temperate regions of the country.

However, they can be successfully potted and grown indoors in growing zones that have a colder winter season. Nine months after the coffee plant begins to flower is when the fruiting process begins with beautiful array of fragrant white blooms.

Choosing a Location: Arabica coffee plants are self-pollinating, but will give you a better harvest with an additional plant nearby. For the best results use a sandy, slightly acidic, well draining soil and choose a location with filtered sunlight for your coffee plant.

Planting Directions (potted): The Arabica coffee is actually considered to be one of the easiest, hardiest houseplants to manage.

1) Coffee plants prefer indirect but bright light. It should be placed near an east-facing window but not directly in it.
2) Select a good organic potting soil that is rich enough to feed the plant. Make sure that your soil and your pot both have good drainage.
3) If your tree is at least 24-36 inches tall then plant into a half wine barrel sized pot or a container that is similar in size. The root system on the coffee plant is extensive and it will need this large space to support full production.
4) Keep the humidity up around the coffee plant by setting it on a water filled pebble tray in its early stages. A light misting with a water bottle in the evenings is great for a more mature plant.

Planting Directions (in ground):
1) Before planting, water the coffee plant thoroughly.
2) Dig your hole at least 2 feet wide and just as deep as the root system.
3) Carefully comb the roots with your hand to loosen them and straighten larger roots before placing in the hole.
4) Place your coffee plant upright in the hole making sure it's not at an angle and then gently back-fill half way with soil.
5) Gently press down the soil and fill the hole with water. This will bring the soil into closer contact with the root system. Let all the water drain and then finish back-filling the hole.
6) Firmly press down the soil but avoid packing it too tightly as this may damage the young roots. Keep the soil of the planting hole slightly heaped above the undisturbed soil, as it will settle down on its own a bit after planting.
7) Water the planting site with about a gallon of water, a garden watering pot works perfectly. Add mulch to help maintain a moist soil but keep it about a foot away from the base of the plant as this promotes rot and fungus.

Watering: Arabica coffee plants really enjoy water but do not like to be water logged or over saturated. For a potted coffee plant drench twice weekly with warm water until it comes out of the bottom of your pot and then drizzle over the top to simulate rain.

Coffee planted in ground will require watering 2-3 times weekly for the first 4-6 weeks with about a gallon of warm water as well. One of the perks of coffee plants is the leaves can be an indicator if more water is needed. If the leaves curl upwards, seem crispy or dry is a sign of under watering. Drooping leaves that appear too heavy for the plant to hold up that turn a shade of dark brown or black indicate overwatering.

Fertilizing: If your Arabica coffee plant is in the ground, fertilize it twice a year. Plants in the ground plants should be fed in the spring and summer with a slow releasing fertilizer around the base of the plant. Potted coffee plants need to be fertilized every two weeks during the growing season with a low concentration of fertilizer. The best results come from using a formula like 10-10-10 or an orchid fertilizer but try to use it sparingly. During early stages of growth add a bit more nitrogen.

Pruning: Your coffee plant will need some pruning on occasion; Arabica should be grown as a single stem. "Suckers" can start growing near the base of the plant and should be removed as soon as possible with a sterilized cutting tool. A basic rubbing alcohol is recommended for sterilizing your pruners or loppers.

As your coffee plant matures you'll want to prune off any primary branches that droop and touch the ground by cutting them back to the secondary branch that they are closest to. Maintain well-spaced secondary branches on each primary branch and remove any of the dead, weak or damaged branches.

Harvesting Coffee Beans: The cherries of your Arabica coffee plant take roughly nine months to fully ripen. The best way to harvest is by selective picking, where you select the best, ripest cherries for harvesting by hand. Coffee cherries don't mature all at the same time so it's necessary to pick them over the course of several days to remove your ripened cherries. the cherries are considered ripe when their skin fully turns red.

Squeeze the cherries in order to get the seeds or coffee beans out and place them into a bowl of water for 24 hours. This will make the remaining pulp stuck to the beans soft and easier to remove once the beans have fully dried. Place your beans on some newspaper and let them dry slowly. You can place them in the sun but be cautious that you don't bake them. Also, be sure to stir them around so they will dry evenly. They will reach a dry, stable condition in about a week. Repeat the process as necessary until all of your cherries have been picked and dried. When your beans are done they will be hard, almost brittle and if they're still soft at all, then they aren't ready yet.

Americans consume more than a third of the whole world's coffee and yet nearly none of it is grown within our country. You can become your own personal barista with the addition of this plant to your home.

The Arabica coffee plant isn't solely useful for the beans it produces, because the cherries that form around the beans are a delectable treat that can be enjoyed while harvesting them. The cherries are very high in plant polyphenols and antioxidants, which are known for their disease-fighting and anti-aging capabilities.

The antioxidant levels are greater than cranberries, pomegranate, green tea and raspberries, which regulate blood sugar, lower cholesterol, treats diabetes, asthma and even depression.

Not only will your coffee plant bring you the freshest coffee available and provide incredibly healthy, sweet fruit, it will also bring you a sweet jasmine-like aroma when the blooms emerge. It's a fantastic addition to your home or garden!

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Why did you choose this? Store
I like coffee and was surprised to learn how attractive the source is.
Philip J. H on Jan 18, 2019
Who doesn't love coffee? I bought this as an experiment, and if it is successful, I will buy another!
David L on Jan 16, 2019
I like coffee and was surprised to learn how attractive the source is.
Philip J. H on Jan 18, 2019
Sustainable plant
Mary W on Jan 16, 2019
Who doesn't love coffee? I bought this as an experiment, and if it is successful, I will buy another!
David L on Jan 16, 2019
My son sent me one for Mother’s Day and didn’t get the guarantee. Since it perished immediately, I thought I would get another WITH the guarantee and see how it does.
Paula S on Jan 8, 2019
Philip J. H on Dec 27, 2018
Who doesn’t love coffee! Even though it will take years (probably) to get a cup of joe, it’s a neat and beautiful novelty until then :)
Jessica V on Dec 16, 2018
To grow coffee beans
sotiri d on Dec 15, 2018
Annie Adelizzi ordered this item to be sent to Michelle Adelizzi
Michelle A on Dec 11, 2018
I like coffee
S T on Dec 11, 2018
George J on Dec 6, 2018
Always wanted a coffee plant
Marcelino M on Dec 5, 2018
Gift for mother - plant lover/coffee lover
TONY OR GWEN B on Nov 27, 2018
I am curious how the coffee plant is grown. The plant looks very sturdy and it is difficult to find plants suitable for Southern California.
Julie B on Nov 25, 2018
Bought these for my sister for Christmas. She loves plants!
Rena H on Nov 22, 2018
Cute idea for a gift for my brother in law.
Lulu K on Nov 4, 2018
Only coffee plant available.
Brian M on Nov 4, 2018
because its cost effective for me
Janeen F on Oct 24, 2018
A very easy and good price deals on exotics
Brandon g on Oct 5, 2018
I had a coffee tree back in the 1970's and have been wanting one again, for a good while.
Donald S on Oct 1, 2018
Just curious how one grows their own coffee
Cobey S on Sep 24, 2018
My oldest daughter is in love with coffee I figure this will be an excellent Christmas gift for her
shelley s on Sep 23, 2018
I've always been interested and wanted to start growing my own coffee plant and what better way to do that than to buy an organic coffee plant and start growing my own at home!
Alejandro S on Sep 12, 2018
I love coffee and wanted to make my own
Aaron S on Sep 9, 2018
I have always wanted to grow my own coffee.
Chris C on Sep 4, 2018
want to grow my own coffee :)
Maria E on Aug 22, 2018
Looks intriguing I would love to grow my own coffee!
Brenda G on Aug 17, 2018
Wanted to try and grow my own coffee
George L on Jul 28, 2018
Curious and coffee lover
Timothy S on Jul 28, 2018
We love coffee at our house and want to make sure we're ingesting only the best.
Charlene S on Jul 25, 2018
I love coffee, and I also love gardening. What better way to ensure what you put in your body, really is fresh and free of pesticides!
Jodi W on Jul 18, 2018
I want to grow my own coffee.
Richard R on Jul 15, 2018
I love coffee and am anxious to start growing my own beans.
Melanie F on Jul 2, 2018
love to roast coffee
Kevin S on Jun 30, 2018
I wanted to grow my own plant and hope to see it fruit and taste my own coffee. Taking it as a growing adventure.
Luisa A on Jun 30, 2018
Small size, low maintenance, love fresh coffee. Looking forward to having fun making our own.
Chris L on Jun 28, 2018
I have always wanted a coffee plant,@this is the first time I have found one already growing.
Bobby R on Jun 19, 2018
How awesome would it be to have a coffee plant where you can try to harvest and make your own coffee?! That´s what I want to try.
Phong T on Jun 18, 2018
I wanted to get my father something for father's day, and as he loves coffee, I figured he'd like and Arabica Coffee plant. I'm looking forward to giving it to him!
Johnathan T on Jun 12, 2018
Love coffee
Andrea J on Jun 11, 2018
Because coffee.
susmita m on Jun 1, 2018
I love coffee and I love growing plants. Why not combine the two?
Scott W on May 21, 2018
thought it would be neat to have a coffee plant. hoping maybe make my own coffee at least once!
erin b on May 19, 2018
Tried it once with a few coffee plants but infested with some kind of bug. Want to try again. Ordered your soil this time.
Rhoda L on May 12, 2018
Just to see if I could grow my own coffee. Plus to smell fresh coffee. But most of all to make my husband smile bigger because it was truly grown for him.
CYNTHIA T on May 8, 2018
Want to experiment growing our own coffee
Chryl D on May 6, 2018
grow, roast and brew my own coffee??!!!! Yes please!
Jason A on Apr 27, 2018
I love drinking tea and since I grow many of my own vegetables and fruit it seems natural that I should grow my own coffee beans. Knowing that my coffee will be chemical free will be a plus for me.
Sylvia F on Apr 17, 2018
I had been looking for a coffee plant and here it was!
Jackie O on Apr 14, 2018
I wanted coffee trees - so hope this will work out. Wanted to purchase about 10 trees, but will see if this "plant" works for the decoration I have planned.
Diane Jackson A on Apr 13, 2018
This is a kind of an adventure, since we live in the south of Texas ( Zone 9 ) but coffee trees have not had a development in these area. My wife is Japanese and loves and drinks coffee a lot, she , but coming from Tokyo has not an idea how it grows. It will take time to get fruit, but I will be patient and take good care of the trees.
franz C on Apr 9, 2018
Sustainable plant
Mary W on Jan 16, 2019
My son sent me one for Mother’s Day and didn’t get the guarantee. Since it perished immediately, I thought I would get another WITH the guarantee and see how it does.
Paula S on Jan 8, 2019
Can these plants be grown in a gardening pot, if so how large should the pot be?
Kourtney R on May 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes they can be grown in a pot, and I would get a 5 - 7 gallon pot.
will it survive in zone 8?
A shopper on Sep 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It probably can survive in zone 8, as it is a tropical tree. But do not keep it in intense sunlight more than 3 hours, as it will burn the leaves. Early morning sunlight is best, so long as it's in a somewhat shady area, such as under a canopy of higher trees. Some people keep it inside at an eastern-facing window for the light. Keep it well watered, but not soggy.
Should this plant be trimmed back to allow it to bush out more at the bottom??
Norma G on Mar 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It is possible, and sometimes even necessary, to prune back a coffee plant if you don't want it to grow taller than you are. Pinch out the new growth at the top of the tree, and it will eventully bush out.
It says the beans have to be dried after they turn red can this be done in a regular oven at what temperature and how long ?
Anita R on Jun 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The beans should have the seed inside popped out into a bowl of water. The good seeds will sink. The ones that float should be thrown away. Those left should be left in water for a week. Then after that, they should be left on a cookie sheet in the sun for a few weeks to give an even drying
Plant food for coffee tree?
Dee W on Aug 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I use Neptunes Harvest liquid fish and seaweed concentrate on all my plants and get great results.
How tall are the plants?
A shopper on Jun 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: mine is about four feet tall. we have had a lot of stress in our weather very cold to hot now and little rain, therefore slow growth. they are still very much alive and still growing
Are these plants propagated and grown in indoor nurseries?
Cynthia S on May 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes they are grown in a greenhouse.
How many beans/cups of coffee per plant?
wiggyb on Jan 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Well, I think that this could depend on a lot of factors. It actually takes a lot of beans to make one cup of coffee. Each plant is capable of producing a large number of beans, but it has to be "happy" to do so. Mine didn't start making berries until I put it outside in the shade during the Spring/Summer/Fall (northern California), presumably with the pollinators/heat making it happy. Although, it has been happy inside year round, it seems that being outside has made it happier in terms of flowering/making beans. In general, I wouldn't expect that a single plant would give you enough beans to make more than a few cups, at best (based on my experience, and others may have different experiences). It may not produce any beans, but it is still an attractive plant. More of a novelty plant than a commercial or agricultural boon. Also, the preparation of beans to produce coffee is actually fairly labor intensive and takes many rounds of soaking/drying/roasting. Makes you appreciate what you buy at the store that much more, I guess!
Can I plant in new York and bring into house when cold out?
Mike N on Dec 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Mine is growing well in a pot but it is a large plant 4-5 ft so you'd need some room to bring inside
How many coffee beans can you expect if growing indoors? Enough to brew your own? I am in zone 7
Kathleen M on Dec 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It's been two years and I have yet to get a single bean.....I have them at our coffee house in the window, they are doing good just zero beans
Will direct sunlight harm this plant?
Claudiyve on Jun 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Not sure. It never grew any beans my friend said after a year.
I live in northern iowa. Would it be safe to plant these outdoors after a year of indoor growth?
Tyler2892 on May 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These will not survive outside in winter in Iowa. They will need to be planted in pots. I put mine outside in the summer and bring them inside when the temperature dips (I live in Iowa as well). One thing to keep in mind is that they like humidity which we severely lack in the winter in Iowa, so I usually add rocks to my plant tray to keep the pot out of the standing water and add water to the tray to increase the humidity around the plant. Hope this helps!
Does this plant need a pollinator?
Myrna B on Jun 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is self-fertile, but will produce a better yield of fruit if it has a mate.
Is this plant a self pollinator? How big does it get, and what are the fruiting seasons?
Sunny J on Jul 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Coffee Plant is self pollinating but will have a significantly higher bean yield if it has a mate to pollinate with.
How long does it take to bear fruit?
Robert M on Apr 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 2-4 years
How far apart should I space them, if I were to plant 4 plants?
Stephanie R on Jun 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The Arabica Coffee tree should be spaced about 3 feet apart.
its been a month that I planted the coffee plant. As days go by it is loosing leaves and turning kind of yellowish. What could be problem? from Henderson, Nevada.
Peggy K on Mar 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There could be various reason's for the yellowing of the leaves be a sign of over watering, a nitrogen deficiency or the plant is getting too cold.
I bought this coffee plant and it cane with two plants. I have them both planted in a very large pot, do I need to separate the two coffee plants into two different pots?
Tiffany D on Nov 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they should be fine if you have them in a large container.
what zone can i plant it outside?
Solaraardvark on Jul 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The website states that these grow well outside in growing zones 9-11. I am growing zone 9, the plants are doing wonderful. They have been planted for approximately 1 year.
When does it produce beans?
Fay R on Dec 12, 2018
How old are the plants. And how soon will it start bearing fruit suitable to make coffee? From what I’ve read it takes at least 2-3 years for your first fruit and it’s rwally only suitable for harvesting and making coffee between 5&7 years.
Hilton B on Nov 30, 2018
Can you send me pictures of the coffee mugs? Would like to be able to pick one to match my cups please.
Laurie N on Nov 15, 2018
Do you have a coffee plant with beans on it already?....I need some on the plant for a photoshoot.
patti S on Aug 20, 2018

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