It makes me extremely happy that you decided to plant coffee seeds! Before we start to plant them there is some good news and a little bad news. The good news is that coffee plants are awesome. They have a fantastic lush foliage and they are easy to grow. They are ready to be your green companion for a long time.
I ordered some coffee seeds from an on-line vendor. I planted half and none came up. How should I plant the rest to improve my chances of getting a plant or two? The coffee plant, Coffea arabica, is an attractive houseplant and is commonly grown from seed. However, coffee beans take a long time to germinate.
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