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Topic: Coffee plants - Resending - first time never went through (45 lines)
1) From: Michael Vanecek
Hee hee - I thought that Susan was joking. :)
I found this book helpful:http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0713717009/qid36257785/sr=1-8/ref=sr_1_8/104-4716325-3855149?v=glanceBe aware that coffee plants aren't very fast growing plants. Relatively 
speaking anyway. They take long to germinate, long to sprout and slow to
grow. But they're simply beautiful plants to have around - and excellent
conversation generators when you have friends over for some home roasted 
coffee. :)
Cheers,
Mike
AlChemist John wrote:
 > Sometime around 13:13 11/2/02, susan oppenheim typed:
 >
 > > teeny tiny little fruits
 > >
 > > Tad Preston wrote:
 > >
 > >> Mike,
 > >>
 > >> I am not familiar with the bonsai process, would the coffee trees
 > >> still produce fruit?
 > >>
 > >> Tad
 >
 >
 > Just for the record, if you were not joking, the fruits will be the same
 > size as regular coffee fruits.  Fruit size is unaffected by the bonsai
 > process.  Only leaf size and wood structure are affected.
 >
 >
 > --
 > John Nanci
 > AlChemist at large
 > Roasting and Blending by Gestalt
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