The Coffee Arabica plant has glossy green leaves which makes it a surprisingly good potted indoor plant. During the growing season, the plant produces small white flowers which then becomes half-inch berries that gradually darken from green to blackish pods. Each of these fruits contains two seeds, which becomes the coffee beans you use to brew coffee.
Light: Keep in bright, indirect light.
Water: Keep the soil moist but not too wet. Never allow the soil to dry out completely.
Humidity: thrives in humid conditions similar to its natural growth habitat. A humidity level of 50 percent or higher should suffice. If the air is too dry, the leaf edges might start to brown. Mist coffee plants daily to raise the humidity level or place a humidifierfor consistently high humidity.