I appreciate the tips and information!
My coffee plant stays close to the window, so it gets pretty good light. It's not getting direct sunlight, but I have a table next to a window in my kitchen that faces North where I keep most of my indoor plants.
As for how often I water, I'm not on a watering schedule...should I be? And that's a general question for watering all of my plants...
I typically go a few days if not longer, when needed, and water when things seem thirsty and dry.
I do not use any tools or really stick my finger deep into the soil, I just check the tops and I also check the soil through the drain hole at the bottoms of my pots! If that feels dry I water, if still pretty moist, I let be.
Anytime I transfer plants into a different pot I always keep some of the original soil! I will start with the old as it's closer to roots and then add fresh new soil to fill the pot the rest of the way.
I mentioned the clay pots to my grandmother, and she agreed that not all plants like clay pots... something I will be looking further into and may be doing some repotting in the near future!
I also try to get my indoor plants outside for that fresh sun and air. Maybe I need to do that more often?
I just sometimes wonder if the too frequent temperature change can be upsetting ??
It's just a matter of learning what they like and don't like/ respond to and executing properly!
Again thank you for the advice and I hope to continue to grow my own green thumb
I also hope I responded properly lol