Identification of houseplant advice please, poss. Coffea Arabica
Hi, I haven't been on here in ages, only just building up my houseplant collection back up after moving back in with parents.
I acquired a small houseplant at a local supermarket yesterday, it was half-price and looked lonely and unloved, but there was no indication as to what it was.
The plant it most closely resembles is Coffea Arabica, with the dark green, waxy, shiny, ruffled, oval leaves. In fact the leaves themselves and the way they grow from the stems is an exact match.
The only thing is, the plant isn't a tree as Coffea is supposed to be, nor does it resemble one, the leaves grow from several green flexible stems, not from a single trunk.
Does Coffea perhaps grow like this at a certain age or under certain conditions, there is no other match for this plant anywhere near as close. I've read that Coffea isn't a true tree and that leaves grow from 'willowy stems' but I've no idea what 'willowy' means.