Coffee arabicaCoffea arabica
Specifications of Coffee arabica
Preferred Climate Tropical, SubtropicalLearn About Climate Zones
Grown From SeedlingLearn About Propagation Methods
Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 2-5m
Plants required to Pollinate 1 (Self Pollinating)Learn about Pollination
Can it Handle Frosts? Likes Temps above 5deg
Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)
Suitability in Pots Yes with 35L+ Pot
Water Requirements Moderate Watering
Fruiting/Harvest Months June, July, August, September
Customer Tips & Reviews Coffee arabica
POTTSVILLE, NSW, Australia
Have a low sun bit of garden that only gets a little arc sun so trying these rainforest plants here , nice berries to suck as well as fresh coffee .
Bardon, QLD, Australia
Purchased these from Diggers in Late 2014 and planted Christmas eve. V Hot Weather in Brisbane. But, seedlings survived our holiday away, and have lots of new growth. Intending to train to privacy hedge so wanting to grow as fast as possible. no fruit ...
EARLVILLE, QLD, Australia
All my leaves are yellowing and falling off. It may be that the leaves fall off naturally but this time last year the leaves all fell off, but they did grow back and didn't seem to miss a beat, I even got beans on them. Great smelling flowers too
The plant is beautiful tropical looking and bright green. Only a few months old so we will see how it goes.
General Santos City, PHIL
Arabica and Robusta coffee trees are easy to grow. They can be transplanted straight from the mother trees where they fell and grew. The best time to transplant coffee is during the rainy season.
Cringila, NSW, Australia
UPDATE 2014: Fruiting like crazy, AND when about to relocate it, found about a dozen self-seeded seedlings underneath! :) So have potted those up, and see how they go :) And also see how the transplant goes - it's not into ideal location, but I ...
Macksville, NSW, Australia
Coffee arabica has beautiful dark glossy foliage and white flowers.The bonus this year has been enough beans to process for a few cups of coffee. The best and freshest I have ever tasted.
Gin Gin, Qld, Aust
We planted the 2 coffee trees behind the shed as we read they like Lime. The cement slab does seem to encourage them along. Our first crop we only got enough beans off 1 of the trees to have 2 cups of coffee. This year we got 4 kilo of beans between ...
TEMPLESTOWE, VIC, Australia
They are growing quite well, are still in pots but have turned into nice bushes. They flowered last summer and are still holding onto the fruit. One has grown quite large and is inside now full of fruit. the other two are outside still and are still ho...
Coolbellup, WA, Australia
Arrived about a month ago and have put it in a larger pot. Very happy so far despite being very hot. New shoots growing, looks great.
Rosemeadow, NSW, Australia
Repotted since purchasing, it has grown quite quickly, two new branches and about 6 inches of growth. will pot again, the soil in my yard is clay and rubble. Also worried about the odd frost we get here in Campbelltown, maybe once a year.
Eagleby, QLD, Australia
Growing well in pot, would probably do better if it didn't get as much water. New this year (09).
Chapel Hill, QLD, Australia
Flowered & fruited after second year in pots. Just planted offspring seeds.
Shelley, WA, Australia
Coffee in Perth it is possible a couple of pots of home grow every year