15 seeds COFFEE (Coffea arabica)
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Coffee or Coffea arabica is a shrub of the family Rubiaceae.
It is native to the tropical regions of Africa and Asia.
Its leaves are very bright and persistent.
Coffee tree produces very fragrant white flowers.
The fruits are red, the seeds are dark brown compared to Coffea robusta.
The drink from coffee beans is slightly exciting obtained from these roasted seeds.
Coffee growing is highly developed in many tropical countries.
Coffee contains caffeine, alkaloid having, among others, stimulating properties such as Guarana or Kola nut.
For this reason, coffee is mostly consumed in the morning or during working hours, and sometimes late at night, for those who want to stay awake and focused.
Sowing of coffee seeds:
Start by soaking your Coffee arabica seeds for 24 hours in warm water.
Then plant your seeds in peat pots under 1 to 2 cm deep and water copiously.
Finally, place your pots in a greenhouse or mini-greenhouse at a temperature close to 30 ° C.
Coffee seeds usually germinate after 3 to 7 weeks.
- Exotic and tropical plant from which coffee is produced.
- Demand for bright light, but not full sun.
- Produces multiple very fragrant white flowers.
- Germination and easy culture.
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