ABOUT ARABICA COFFEE
Yes, this houseplant is the same plant that your morning cup of joe is sourced from! The Arabica Coffee plant is simple to care for and has quickly become a popular indoor houseplant, thanks to its wide glossy leaves and attractive white flowers. If cared for well enough, it may eventually grow into a small to medium-sized shrub or tree!
This plant is available in a 4” pot, with a combined height of 12”.
Arabica Coffee plants prefer good drainage, high humidity, and bright sunlight that’s not too harsh. The soil your Coffee plant is in should be peat-based and ideal around 6 pH.
Arabica Coffee plants don’t do well if left to be thirsty for extended periods of time. Dry air can cause the leaf edges to brown, and temperatures below 60 F can kill the plant.
LOOKING AFTER THE PLANT
The soil of your Arabica Coffee plant should not be allowed to dry out completely and should be kept moist, but not waterlogged. Fertilizer should only be applied once a month in spring and summer, diluted to half strength.
PLANT CARE WITH PETS AND CHILDREN
All parts of the Arabica Coffee plant are toxic to humans and animals, so keep them out of reach.