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Botanical Name: Coffea arabica

Coffee CatuiIf you're one of those people who can't live without their cup of coffee in the morning then consider growing and producing your own. Easy to process and relatively problem free the Arabica thrives in the cooler climate and rich volcanic soil of Australia. In as little as three years the coffee tree will be covered with white, jasmine-scented flower clusters. The masses of green berries that follow mature to a beautiful cherry-red making this an inspirational and decorative addition to any garden. Ideal as an indoor, ornamental or hedging plant.

Dwarf Catui Coffee Tree with Red Beans ripe to pick Taken By [All Rights Reserved]

Dwarf Coffee - Catuai

A dwarf coffee selection suitable for handpicking. Makes an ideal selection for growing in a pot as an ornamental. Prolific cropper of quality roasting beans.
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$17.75 11 Seedling Small


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Coffee Fruit Beans Ripening to Red By Stanislaw Szydlo [GFDL ( or CC BY-SA 3.0 (] from Wikimedia Commons

Coffee K7

Resistant to both 'Berry Disease' and 'Coffee Rust' this tree was developed and recommended for growing in the Northern Rivers Area by NSW Agriculture Department after extensive trials at Alstonville NSW. An open spreading variety, it is a reliable cropper, producing large flavour-filled beans; it is also the recommended variety for those who intend to harvest mechanically.
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$14.90 26 Seedling Medium

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$14.90 12 Seedling Small

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Coffee arabica Red Cherrie beans or seeds growing on a coffee tree ripe and ready to harvest By Skeeze [CC0 1.0 (]

Coffee arabica

Easy to process and relatively problem free the arabica thrives in frost free climates. In as little as three years the plant will be covered with white jasmine-scented flower clusters and cherry red berries.
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Coffee - Gold For Sale (Size: Medium)  (Grown from Seed)

Coffee - Gold

An Arabica selection with yellow fruit rather than normal red fruit. Produces quality roasting beans. Highly ornamental in subtropical gardens
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Coffee - Condong Range

Condong Range or Clarence River Bourbon More cold tolerant than other varieties. Introduced into Australia over 100 years ago. 10-12kg can be expected after 5 years. [No longer being produced - [Try the K7 or Catui]
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Plant Information or Specifications

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)


Plants required to Pollinate

1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?

Likes Temps above 5deg

Amount of leaves in Winter?

All Leaves (Evergreen)

Fruiting/Harvest Months

July, August, September, October


Customer Comments on Coffee Tree

Tree Information on growing, planting, pruning, maintenance, ripening, taste, pick or bonsai tips. But mainly how to grow a Coffee Tree Share Your Advice or ask questions on our Forum

Coffee - Condong Range

Make sure you plant a wind break first, we learned the hard way, last year we lost several thousand trees and many more were defoliated when we had frosty winds last winter. | Mt Mee Coffee - Mt Mee, QLD 16-Jan-2008

Coffee Tree

They are very sensitive to wind. Make sure you keep them in a sunny spot but make sure you choose a few hardy trees as a wind breaks or choose a protected position. | Correy - Brisbane, QLD 13-Apr-2008

Coffee Tree

I made a round of coffee for the whole family this year from my mature tree, coffee turned out really nice, but lots of work, I will never quiery the price of fresh coffee again | David O'bryan - Mansfield, QLD 18-Oct-2008

Coffee Tree

If planting in large pot coconut core can be mixed in a quality soil mix and guano fertilizer(bat poo) for flower/fruit productionmine is 3 years old in large pot and about 10foot tall and about 4 foot in width produced over 4 kilos of coffee last year. | Murray Evans - New Lambton Hts, 19-Dec-2009

Coffee Tree

This week´s SMH Good Living cover story about a tree that fruited in a Woolloomooloo community garden. Expert Toby Smith, of Tobyś Estate, processed the beans and declared ¨not bad for coffee at sea level¨. What are you waiting for :) | Diane - Seven Hills, NSW 23-Apr-2010

Coffee Tree

I am not a big fan of the roasted coffee seed beverage. However the fresh coffee berries of some varieties tastes like sweet corn syrup, and have high levels of polyphenol antioxidants. Try the fresh berries too! | Jonathan - Black Mountain-cooroy, QLD 05-Mar-2011

Coffee arabica

Arabica grows well at Picton, has provided berries for the past five years. | Virginia - Picton, NSW 10-Feb-2015

Coffee - Gold

Took a few years to get fruit but not looking back now. So delicious once roasted. Many hours involved to get yourself less than a kilo tho!! | Mark M - Shellharbour, NSW 09-Sep-2018
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Weed Warning: The Coffee Tree is a highly attractive small tree very well suited to the subtropical and tropical regions. The layer of seedlings underneath any coffee tree is a clear indication of its germination potential and the bright red sweet coffee berries are a delight for the birds. The bulging coffee industry in Northern NSW has caused some alarm about the potential for this fruit to be a damaging weed in the future. Should you seek to grow your own coffee, we recommend netting the tree and removing the tree is you cease to harvest the berries.

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