Did you know that the favorite morning drink comes from a plant that you can grow as a houseplant? Coffee arabica matures after a few years and starts producing small white flowers, and then tiny berries that mature into dark pods, inside which you'll find the seeds that become familiar coffee beans. Additionally, this deep green, glossy-leafed plant makes a beautiful decorative addition to your home.
Light: Bright Light
Water: 25% dry
Ease: Green Thumb
Pet Friendly: No
Care: Your coffee plant can be repotted annually in the spring, and placed in a slightly larger pot each time. However, you are also welcome to prune its growth and restrict the pot size a little in order to keep the plant a manageable size for you.