The Coffee Arabica, is the most common of the coffee plants, accounting for over 60% of the coffee production you and I drink! It is also known as the Arabian coffee plant, the coffee shrub of Arabia, mountain coffee, or just simply, arabica coffee plant. It’s a clever little plant that is known for its waxy feeling bright green leaves. It is well liked as an indoor houseplant primarily because of the novelty of owning a coffee plant, but it functions very well as an indoor houseplant.
We've added some brand new foliage to brighten up your homes this new year. Focused on plants that can tolerate and thrive in low light conditions, we've brought you the dracaena janet craig, the zz, and many more fan-favorites, all conveniently sized in 4 inch pots that fit perfectly into some of our favorite ceramic planters - with plenty of room to grow.
Making the most of the space around you can be more beneficial than you’d think. An empty office space or corner of your home can quickly be transformed into a powerful and inspirational space to drive productivity and create a therapeutic experience. But what if we told you that this could be achieved by simply adding plants to those empty spaces?
Learn how to take care of your airplant, including how to water your airplants & learn how airplants get nutrients in our how-to take care of your air plant blog post.