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Coffea arabica - Yellow Coffee Tree


Coffea arabica - Yellow Coffee Tree (Coffea arabica - Yellow Coffee Tree)

This coffee tree has yellow coffee cherries. Not sure the name of the variety. Photo taken at Quail B.G. on Sept. 5, 2017.



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Can you eat the coffee cherries like yours Andy. Nice size tree .

6 Sep, 2017

 

There is one commercial coffee farm in California. Santa Barbara.
And one plant in the bay area..

7 Sep, 2017

 

Penny,

As far as I know all coffee cherries are edible. Never have tasted this one, though. It's probably sweeter than the red coffee cherries.

8 Sep, 2017

 

Stan,

Yes, I've read about the experimental Santa Barbara coffee orchard. Actually, San Diego has the best climate for coffee trees in California. However, the water and soil is not the best for coffee trees.

8 Sep, 2017

 

Thanks Andy I am suprised you dont have this one as well with it being sweeter ?

8 Sep, 2017

 

Next year ( or sooner),I'm moving mine again. Its too close to the Podocarpus tree's and they just suck up all the water in the yard. If I dont water it every single day,it wilts.3 days and it would probably die.
Put it into the Mango yard where its warmer and sunnier.

9 Sep, 2017

 

Penny,

I wasn't familiar with this yellow form of coffee tree until just a few years ago. This is the first time I've seen it in person. It seems to be more compact.

10 Sep, 2017

 

You will have to try and get seeds for this yellow one then Andy you might like that one more

11 Sep, 2017

 

Yes.

12 Sep, 2017

 

Lol ?

13 Sep, 2017

 

Stan,

Yes, coffee trees like a lot of water and acidic fertilizer to grow well. It likes the soil and the water up there so much better than here. It also likes the wetter winters.

15 Sep, 2017



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