Goji Berry Fruit Plant Seeds - AKA Wolfberry

Goji Berry Seeds

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Plant Specifications:

Season: Perennial

USDA Zones: 5 - 9

Height: 96 - 120 inches

Bloom Season: Mid summer to early fall

Bloom Color: Red

Environment: Full to partial shade

Soil Type: Fertile, well drained, pH 6.5 - 7.5

Latin Name: Lycium Barbarum

Planting Directions:

Temperature: 64 - 70F

Average Germ Time: 10 - 14 days

Light Required: No

Depth: 1/4 inch deep

Sowing Rate: 2 - 3 seeds per plant

Moisture: Keep seeds moist until germination

Plant Spacing: 3 - 5 feet

Goji Berry Plant Seeds

Goji Berry (Lycium Barbarum) - Goji Berry plants, also called Wolfberry, are drought tolerant and prefer well-draining soil. They do best in USDA zones 5 - 9, tolerating temps down to -10 F and will flourish well in the dry west or humid east. If you're outside of zones 5 - 9, you can still grow these very popular berries by planting them in containers and bring them inside when the temperatures drop. Goji berry plants will grow in sun or partial shade, but your harvest will be greater with more sun. When planting outside in your garden, place your Gojis every 4 ft. They grow into viney bushes to the point some gardeners will even plant them on trellises. A mature wolfberry plant will produce almost 7 lbs of berries under good conditions.

Goji Berries are used to treat a broad range of ailments and diseases. The superfood is packed with antioxidants, amino acids, Vitamins C, B and E, essential fatty acids - and are widely used to reduce inflammation. This shrub is easy to grow and will reward you with loads of nutritious berries over a long harvest season. Goji berries are rarely grown commercially in the United States, and their shelf life is short, so fresh berries can seldom be found at local supermarkets or farmers markets. Therefore, rowing in your  home garden is the best way to enjoy fresh goji berries. Also, dried gojis are not inexpensive, and the overwhelming majority of commercial goji berries come from China, where information about how they’re grown isn’t usually available. It may take 3 years to get fruits when planting from seeds, but it will be worth the wait.