You are probably wondering now. "Can I actually enjoy a cup of coffee through this plant? The answer is YES! You will have to be patient, but after about 4 years you will be able to enjoy a fantastic cup of coffee that you have made all by yourself!
The coffee plant also known as Coffea Arabica originates from Ethiopia and belongs to the plant family Rubiaceae. There are 60 different species of the coffee plant! If you have enough patience and give this houseplant a lot of love and attention, you will get coffee beans in return. You can then pick them, dry them, roast them, grind them and voilà your own coffee! How cool is that?
Care & tips Coffee plant - 15cm
The care of the coffee plant is similar to that of the Ficus plants, it is an easy plant to take care of.
Water requirements Coffee plant - 15cm
As said, the Coffee plant is easy to take care of, the Coffee plant is not choosy about its location or watering. It is important that the soil is always slightly moist, in the summer months your Coffee Plant will need more water than in the winter months. We recommend that you water your Coffee Plant several times with small amounts of water, as it will be better able to absorb this than a large splash all at once. If your coffee plant develops brown leaf edges, this is often a sign of too much water. Check this by feeling the soil and reduce your watering. Keep a close eye on the soil (especially in the early days). The watering is different for each coffee plant and depends on a number of factors, such as: humidity, location and temperature. If you notice that the soil feels a little dry two days after watering, it's best to water a little more the next time. However, if you notice that the soil is still very wet after five days, then it is better to give less water the next time.
Light requirement Coffee plant- 15cm
The Coffee Plant likes a light and warm place, but direct sunlight will not do it any favours. Place this houseplant in a place out of the draught; the Coffeeplant cannot stand this and will be more easily affected by pests. If your Coffee Plant develops brown leaves, this could indicate that it is in a cold place or in a place with a draught. In this case, move it to another place to keep it healthy.
Is the Coffee plant 15 cm poisonous?
The Coffee Plant is absolutely not poisonous to humans or animals, nevertheless we recommend you not to eat the leaves or unprocessed fruits or to consume them in food. The fruits of the Coffee Plant can be processed quite well (if they are treated properly)!
How will my Coffee plant 15cm be sent?
This special houseplant is delivered in a cultivation pot. All our plants are shipped in a specially designed shipping box. The unique interior of the shipping box ensures that the houseplants are firmly positioned in the box and cannot move around. Houseplants don't mind being in a dark box for a day. This way, we make sure that your green friends are delivered to your home in tip-top shape.