Coffee Houseplant Seeds
15 coffea catura seeds. Coffea is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. Coffea species are shrubs or small trees native to tropical and southern Africa and tropical Asia. The seeds of some species, called coffee beans, are used to flavor various beverages and products.
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As an extra plus, the tiny flowers produce a sweet jasmine-like fragrance.
This evergreen does not shed its leaves. When growing coffee plants indoors “under-cover” of a greenhouse or sunroom, plants can reach heights of 5′-8′ feet tall.
Once you have your seeds, soak them in water for about 24 hours. After 24 hours, remove and sow them in wet sand, burlap, or vermiculite and drain any excess water. Keep watering the seeds every day until they sprout. Once the seeds sprout, you can now transfer them into the pot or your chosen planting area.
Water at least twice a week when it's warm and once a week when its cold after plants have been transferred into pots. Choose one day for a full watering and another for half watering. A full watering involves soaking the entire soil in a lot of water and allowing it to drain. Continue with this routine until the tree is fully established and ready to bear fruits. Also fertilise the plants when necessary.