Not only is coffee a delicious beverage, but makes for a great as a houseplant, too!
Water: Coffee plants prefer soil to be slightly moist, but not too wet as this may lead to rot. It is best to water more frequently, but in lighter quantities with these plants.
Light: Lots of bright, direct sunlight.
Soil: A light, well draining soil works best with these plants.
Humidity: Coffee plants love humidity. Mist regularly or use a pebble tray.
Fertilizer: Fertilize with a balanced house plant fertilize once every 1-2 months during growing season.
Can you get coffee beans from such a plant? Yes, though it can be a bit of work. The coffee plant would have to be mature (3-5 years), and be happy enough with its conditions to flower. Most folks have to hand-pollinate their flowers, but eventually from the flowers will come berries, and from the berries will come the beans!