The easy-to-care-for Arabian Coffee Plant has become popular indoor house plant that can produce white flowers and colorful cherries if grown large enough. The seeds inside the cherries are actually coffee beans, and make up around 60% of the world's coffee production. Originally found and documented in Yemen around the 12th century, Coffea arabica has a truly global distribution today. As a house plant, it requires minimum maintenance and can be put outside when the weather warms up.
Botanical Name: Coffea arabica
Common Names: Arabian Coffee, Mountain Coffee