Coffee Arabica can be kept indoors as a foliage specimen or outdoors in a hot sheltered position as a hedgerow or feature plant in a tropical garden.
Coffee Arabica does best in filtered sunlight and don't like full sun.
Coffee Arabica plants prefer a slightly acidic, free-draining soil with plenty of nitrogen and moisture. Choose a good potting mix for container growing where they will receive plenty of moisture and nutrients.
Coffee plants are heavy feeders, regular applications of a complete fertiliser throughout the growing season with additions of compost and organic matter. Prune tips to maintain desired size and shape in late winter early spring.
Coffee plants are not wind, frost or salt tolerant.
Coffee is a popular beverage prepared from roasted seeds (not beans, though they are almost always referred to as coffee beans) of the coffee plant. Once the beans are cleaned, fermented and dried the beans are roasted. The length of roasting determines the darkest and taste of the coffee. Coffee is usually served hot as your espresso, latte or instant, but also can be served cold. Used in deserts like banoffee pie or as flavouring.
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