Coffee Plant | Coffea arabica
Light: Indirect. They do not thrive in direct, harsh sunlight. Coffee plants that are exposed to too much direct sunlight will develop leaf browning.
Soil: Prefer a rich, peat-based potting soil with excellent drainage. Coffee plants prefer acidic soil, so if your plant is not thriving, add organic matter such as sphagnum peat moss, to lower soil pH. The ideal pH range is closer to 6 to 6.5.
Water: Coffee plants do best with enough water to moisten the soil throughout, then water again every 1 to 2 weeks when the soil dries out halfway. The soil should stay evenly moist but not waterlogged. Never allow the soil to dry out completely.