Growing Coffee Plants As Indoor Plants
Indoor plants breathe life into interiors, while cleaning the air as they grow. There are so many choices when it comes to indoor plants for your house. If you are looking for unique indoor plants, then choose coffee plants. Coffee indoor plants prefer bright, but indirect, light. This means that they should be placed near a window but not directly in the window itself. They also cannot take temperatures below freezing and will not do well in temperatures that stay consistently below 65 F. (18 C.). When growing coffee indoor plants, the soil needs to stay moist, but not soaking wet. Also, make sure that both the soil and the pot that your coffee plant is growing in has good drainage. The humidity around the plant will need to stay high as well. Setting your coffee plant on a water-filled pebble tray will help with humidity.
Like many indoor plants, a coffee plant will need less water in the winter than in the summer. Your coffee plant care routine can also include light fertilizing with a balanced fertilizer once every to to three months in the spring and summer. Keep in mind that a happy coffee plant can grow up to 6 feet tall. Therefore, you will either need to be able to provide enough space for the plant or make pruning a regular part of caring for your coffee plant. If the coffee plant is grown in ideal conditions indoors, it will eventually flower when it matures, which can take three to five years.
Coffee Tall Indoor Plant In The Pot
The coffee plant is a low-maintenance tropical that requires no more than a rich potting soil dense in organic matter and a regular watering regimen.
Coffee Arabica Plants In The Glossy Pot
Coffee plants are attractive: Their foliage is denser and shinier than an indoor ficus.
Coffee Arabica Plants In Windowsill
Did you know that the same plant that grows coffee beans also makes a great houseplant? Considered to be among the easiest and hardiest of houseplants, coffee plant is great for both experienced or beginner gardeners.
Coffee Plants In The Black Pot
Not only is coffee plant care easy, but the plant itself is lovely and makes a wonderful addition to the home.
Coffee Plants In The Brown Pot
Coffee plants produce not only, for most of us, the all important coffee bean, but make terrific houseplants too.
Coffee Plants In The White Pot
In their native tropical habitat, coffee plants grow up to 15 feet or more, so pruning a coffee plant is integral when growing them indoors.
Indoor Coffee Plant In The Large Pot
A member of the Ruiaceae family, one of 90 in the genus Coffea, coffee plant is an evergreen, perennial shrub with dark green, glossy leaves decorated with ruffled edges and pleasantly aromatic white blossoms.
Indoor Coffee Plant In The Terracota Pot
Grow this specimen as an attractive houseplant or, if you aren’t shy on patience, for its fruit, which will take about four years to produce anything approximating a decent cup of coffee.
Tall Coffee Plant In The White Pot
Although coffee plants will produce fruit without fertilization, for the most optimal fruiting and quality, they should be fed every two weeks from March to October and thereafter each month. A soluble, all purpose type of fertilizer is recommended for use.Label: indoor plants images, growing coffee plants indoors, coffee house plants, indoor plants pictures, indoor plants ideas, .