Complete Growing Guide for Coffee in Containers

The coffee tree is an attractive little specimen with bright green leaves and a compact growth habit. It makes a surprisingly good potted houseplant.

Native to Ethiopia, the coffee plant (Coffea arabica) blooms in spring with small white flowers and then produces half-inch berries that gradually darken from green to blackish pods. Each of these fruits contains two seeds, which eventually become the coffee beans you use to make coffee.

In their native habitat, coffee plants grow into medium-sized trees. But growers regularly prune plants back to a more manageable size, especially when plants are grown indoors.

(Note that you cannot grow coffee plants from beans you buy at a store; they have been treated and roasted and will not sprout.) Later flowers and fruits. All parts of the plant are toxic to pets and humans; the grains are edible for humans.

We hope you enjoy this video about How to Grow Coffee:

Source: MIgardener

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