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Coffee K7

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Raquel starts with ...
Can someone tell me how big is the coffee tree when fully grown? Is it a good idea to plant this near the fence.
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12th October 2014 10:42pm
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TMary says...
Hi Racquel , I prune mine to the size I want; it does not seem to mind it.
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14th October 2014 7:54am
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Raquel says...
Thank you for sharing.
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They don't get overly large and I think k7 is a smaller growing type. My dad has one that grew out of his compost heap that is probably 10 years old and only about 2.5m tall. Heaps of fruit. Make sure you try eating the berries. I quite like them and they seem to give a decent wee kick after sucking on a few.
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TMary says...
You are welcome Raquel. Coffee plantations keep their trees small for ease of harvest. Mine s in a pot - it is flowering right now!
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MaryT1 says...
I like the berries very much; they are super sweet when ripe and yes, a caffeine hit. Mine is an Arabica,
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