Small fruit packed with a huge nutritional punch!
Goji Berry is a shrub that likes to sprawl. It has long flexible canes that can be trained up and out or left to run along low fences or even other shrubs. The brilliant royal-purple flowers explode against the small grey-green leaves they flower in late spring/ early summer all along the length of the canes. The flowers turn to bright, juicy fruit that look like small red peppers. The longer you leave them on the plant, the sweeter they get. After the first flush Goji Berry plants will flower and set fruit repeatedly until the first frost, so you have a whole summer of fresh, healthy and delicious super-fruit!
These plants sound exotic – and often command high prices at your local health food store – these are actually very easy to grow and are super-hardy plants. The Goji Berry plant is resistant to disease and insects, but deer, raccoons and other wildlife will love the berries as much as you do! These plants are survivors and do well outside even up to zone 5 (-18 degrees is their tipping point).
Goji Berries (Lycium barbarum) will be a great addition to your garden, borders and big containers. They don’t even require any pruning to produce big yields for you! Order yours today!
* Hardy plants
* Disease resistant
* Deer resistant
* Huge yields of juicy fruit
|Brand||Nature Hills Nursery|
|Botanical Name||Lycium barbarum|
|Mature Height||7 - 9 feet|
|Mature Spread||12 - 14 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun, Partial Sun|