Agriculture: Coffee Plants
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There more than 6,000 species of the coffee plants. However, about 2/3 of the world’s
coffee used for commercial beverages comes from the species Coffea Arabica and
Coffea Canephora, which are chiefly grown in Latin America.
While coffee plants are primarily grown for their seeds -- also called beans (coffee
beans) -- to make drinks and related products, some coffee plants are used for their
flower blossoms. For example, gardenias are coffee plant flower blossoms.
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