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Topic: fertile bean interest (16 msgs / 417 lines)
1) From: John F Coffey
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Okay I got my hands on some fertile coffee beans.  Not sure if there  
is any interest but I got 20 coffee beans.  Figure I'm gonna start 5  
of them here and that leaves about 15 extras.  If all five take off I  
might offer a couple of the extra started ones to the list too.
So anyone have any interest in either beans or maybe coffee tree  
starts (provided they grow).
I guess in a way it's kind of a tradition offering.
Thanks,
--John
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   John F. Coffey
   Email - john
   P.O. Box 524			
   Blaine, WA  98231
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Okay I got my hands on some =
fertile coffee beans.  Not sure if there is any interest but I got 20 =
coffee beans.  Figure I'm gonna start 5 of them here and that leaves =
about 15 extras.  If all five take off I might offer a couple of the =
extra started ones to the list too.  
So anyone have any interest = in either beans or maybe coffee tree starts (provided they = grow).
I = guess in a way it's kind of a tradition offering.
Thanks,--John  Email - john  P.O. Box 524 =   Blaine, WA  98231


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2) From: Floyd Lozano
I would LOVE to try and grow some coffee but unfortunately I don't trust
Cambridge city dirt =(  Too much lead and everything else around these old
houses.  Someday....
-F
On 4/23/07, John F Coffey  wrote:
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3) From: Bailey Blanchette
I'd like to see how well a coffee tree can do here in the Orlando area. 8^)
got eveything but the altitude
On 4/23/07, Floyd Lozano  wrote:
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4) From: Bob
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It takes a while for them to germinate and pop out of the dirt. The ones =
I planted Halloween of 2004 took until March of '05 to break out. Both =
saplings are now about 18" tall and have lots of nice green leaves. =
Currently they are in a combination of potting soil & orchid mix in =
small clay pots and are treated as normal house plants - kept moist and =
fed 1/month.
Bob

5) From: Lisa J. Carton, LICSW
i'd definitley be intersted in some coffee trees! way cool!
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From: John F Coffey 
To: homeroast
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2007 11:58:34 AM
Subject: +fertile bean interest
Okay I got my hands on some fertile coffee beans.  Not sure if there is any interest but I got 20 coffee beans.  Figure I'm gonna start 5 of them here and that leaves about 15 extras.  If all five take off I might offer a couple of the extra started ones to the list too.  
So anyone have any interest in either beans or maybe coffee tree starts (provided they grow).
I guess in a way it's kind of a tradition offering.
Thanks,
--John
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  John F. Coffey
  Email - john
  P.O. Box 524 
  Blaine, WA  98231
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6) From:
John:
Plant them all.
ginny
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7) From: L. Michael Fraley, MD
Yes John,
I would be interested!
Michael
On Apr 23, 2007, at 11:58 AM, John F Coffey wrote:
Okay I got my hands on some fertile coffee beans.  Not sure if there =
is 
any interest but I got 20 coffee beans.  Figure I'm gonna start 5 of =
them here and that leaves about 15 extras.  If all five take off I 
might offer a couple of the extra started ones to the list too.  
So anyone have any interest in either beans or maybe coffee tree starts =
(provided they grow).
I guess in a way it's kind of a tradition offering.
Thanks,
--John
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  John F. Coffey
  Email - john
  P.O. Box 524
  Blaine, WA 98231
L. Michael Fraley, MD=

8) From: TERRY TITSWORTH
I guess I better throw in My 'Me Too"...have a lady who has offered her
green house to propagate said trees.
On 4/23/07, John F Coffey  wrote:
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9) From: Aaron Gee
I live in the Portland, Oregon. Will they grow in the NW???  Would be interested if they would survive....... too cold here in the winter? Aaron
"L. Michael Fraley, MD"  wrote:  Yes John,
I would be interested!
Michael
On Apr 23, 2007, at 11:58 AM, John F Coffey wrote:
Okay I got my hands on some fertile coffee beans.  Not sure if there is 
any interest but I got 20 coffee beans.  Figure I'm gonna start 5 of 
them here and that leaves about 15 extras.  If all five take off I 
might offer a couple of the extra started ones to the list too.  
So anyone have any interest in either beans or maybe coffee tree starts 
(provided they grow).
I guess in a way it's kind of a tradition offering.
Thanks,
--John
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  John F. Coffey
  Email - john
  P.O. Box 524
  Blaine, WA 98231
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10) From: Les
They make great house plants.  I am attempting to keep mine growing and
looking good.
Les
On 4/23/07, Aaron Gee  wrote:
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11) From: Branden Byers
My coffee plants have managed to survive the cold Iowa winters as
house plants but it hasn't been easy on them. They are such resilient
little plants though and now that the sun has been shining again they
are growing new leaves rather quickly! The tallest so far after a year
is one foot while the runt of them isn't quite half a foot. Maybe in
another few years I'll have some coffee cherries to munch on...
Branden
On 4/24/07, Aaron Gee  wrote:
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12) From: Floyd Lozano
Where can one generally get coffee seeds that are viable?  I wouldn't mind
one as a houseplant (my cats tend to eat plants though, hope it wouldn't
kill them much)
-F
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13) From: Eddie Dove
The plants or the cats?
Eddie
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14) From: Mejia, Carlos
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I picked this email late so maybe no longer available... but if so, I'd
love to try to grow a plant here in coffee country (Portland, Or).
Where does one get fertile beans?  ~carlos
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Coffey
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2007 8:59 AM
To: homeroast
Subject: +fertile bean interest
 
Okay I got my hands on some fertile coffee beans.  Not sure if there is
any interest but I got 20 coffee beans.  Figure I'm gonna start 5 of
them here and that leaves about 15 extras.  If all five take off I might
offer a couple of the extra started ones to the list too.  
 
So anyone have any interest in either beans or maybe coffee tree starts
(provided they grow).
 
I guess in a way it's kind of a tradition offering.
 
Thanks,
--John
 
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  John F. Coffey
  Email - john
  P.O. Box 524                                      
  Blaine, WA  98231
 
 
 

15) From: raymanowen
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