Henry Field's Seed and Nursery Co.

Goji Berry

Sku: 75314

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Product Description

These bright orange-red berries help our immune system ward off disease. They are juicy and sweet when eaten fresh, and when dried, are similar to cranberries or dates. Can be enjoyed as a healthy snack, or made into juice, wine and tea. Grows 8-10 ft. tall in full sun to partial shade with glossy foliage and a graceful arching habit. Produces white to purple blooms in early summer. Self-pollinating. Zones 5-9. Potted plants.

Product Reviews

  • Worth a try

  • Got four two-inch dormant twigs in tiny pots. Set them in a windowsill until they reached six inches. Had to re-pot because the roots really spread. Set out the re-potted plants to harden then planted in gopher baskets in full sun. Explosive growth! (one did die of some type of root problem) The rest are now four feet and spreading up to six feet away by root sprouts in the first season! These babies worked for me. Will later dig up and transplant root sprouts to see how they do.

  • Posted by m lewis on Oct 16, 2011
  • disagree with others

  • I do agree with others that the plant is very small when you recieve it, however it grows really fast! I don't think shipping it any bigger would make a difference when it grows so fast. Great condition plants.

  • Posted by Debbie on May 31, 2011
  • Not Worth It

  • I ordered 4 of these last year. What I got was very spidly 1 to 2 inch seedlings. Sorry to say none survived and I never could get a replacement. Not only are they not worth $12.00 but wouldn't be a good buy at $1.00. Stay away from these and all Henry Fields small berries. Just not woryh it for any. Their large fruit trees are ok.

  • Posted by Michael on May 3, 2010
  • growing fast

  • I received the plant in late spring. It was tiny but in a couple of months, it has flourished and grown immensly. I am not disappointed at all. And, it is one of the few plants that survived in the Arizona bake-oven heat. I love it.

  • Posted by Kaye Loraine on Aug 22, 2009
  • seedling

  • seedling is right i ordered two plants that came in an oversised envelope.its only been a week one plant is now a stick with no leaves and i do not give much hope for the other.the one with leaves lays on the ground.plants are too small to go in the ground.

  • Posted by craig harrison on May 11, 2009
  • super berry

  • The picture shown on this website on the Goji is growing very very well. It can be the nicest well grown plant of Goji

  • Posted by Jason on May 10, 2009
  • getting there...

  • Yeah... they are a little small when you get them but they grow REALLY fast. I got mine two years ago and they are a 7 foot tall bush (which I have pruned a bit). You should definitely keep it pruned or it will go crazy (the cuttings are easily rooted) I haven't gotten any berries yet but I did get a few deep purple flowers late in the season last year. They are about an inch- maybe a little less and look like stars. I am not at all disappointed with this plant. Hoping for fruit this year.

  • Posted by Sunburst Ranch on May 9, 2009

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