Coffee Seeds (coffea arabica)

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


Coffee (Coffea arabica)
Seeds per pack: 5
Days till maturity: 3-4 years

Coffee is the most consumed beverage in the world, and you can now grow your own! Strictly an indoor/outdoor house plant unless you live in zones 11, 12, or 13. Plants will grow in a low bush 3-5 feet tall and will not require any pruning. Plants make make an excellent house plant and will grow well in moderate light (3-4 hours of full sun) and can tolerate full sun just fine. They also thrive in a container. A fast grower once established. Plants will yield fruit after 3-4 years, plants will flower in April-July and fill the house with hints of jasmine, vanilla, citrus, and sweet sugary notes. Fruit will begin green and turn deep red when ripe. Fruit can then be harvested and remove the seed from the center of each berry (a cherry pitter works great for this) and the seed can be washed and set out to dry for 5-7 days before being roasted. Nothing is more satisfying than growing your own coffee, and so we have a complete growing guide to help you out! COMPLETE COFFEE GROWING GUIDE 

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Weight.1 oz

3 reviews for Coffee Seeds (coffea arabica)

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Difficult for me to grow… Zone 5, however add some good indoor lighting and so far so good. Am super excited to try! Thanks to ya’lls .99 cent price I got 2 packets to try my luck. Still on the 1st pack with my 3 original starts.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Wow do these seeds take their time when germinating. I planted mine in late June, and it’s the middle of August. Thankfully I didn’t throw them out. At least the seedlings look very green and healthy

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    They take their sweet time germinating. I soaked mine in water for 24 hrs and planted mine two different ways. I had the best luck planting seeds flat side down and pressing the seed half way into the soil. I kept them covered with the lid (little seed starter container, retaining the moisture) until they finally started germinating. This is also how I planted my cacao seeds (fruit from Montoso Gardens) and they germinated well. The other coffee seeds– I planted in a seed starter kit like the other but I covered the seeds completely with soil. The completely covered seeds didn’t germinate for me. I don’t know if that had anything to do with it or not. Fun project! Zone 6

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