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Coffea arabica - Coffee Tree Cherries

Coffea arabica - Coffee Tree Cherries (Coffea arabica - Coffee Tree Cherries)

Every branch on this coffee tree at the Medicinal Garden in Balboa Park has many coffee cherries. It's typical for a coffee tree. My 8' coffee tree has had ripe cherries for many months, now. Photo taken Jan. 22, 2015 in Balboa Park, San Diego, CA.

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What Medicinal purpose does this have. Do you eat these berrys or use them for drink.

2 Jun, 2017


I'm guessing coffee has some medicinal purposes. I don't know what they are, though. lol!

I used to have a 8 or 9 ft tall coffee tree. I had it since 1999. It really suffered so badly from the drought. Last summer it died and I cut it down. This past winter with the rains some seedling came up under where it used to be. So, now I have some seedlings.

The coffee cherries are edible.

Here's a couple of my older pics of my coffee tree.

3 Jun, 2017


Thank you I shall take a look :o))

3 Jun, 2017

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