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Goji Berry - Lycium barbarum

Goji berries are perfectly hardy (down to -15°C) and have been naturalised in Europe for several hundred years.Also known as Wolfberry, Matrimony Vine or Duke of Argyll’s Tea Tree, they have been an essential ingredient of Chinese medicine for more than 2000 years, and have now been recognised as one of nature’s “Superfruits” with very high levels of nutrients and antioxidants.

Season: August - October

Planting Distance: 2m (6ft)

Approximate Height: 2m (6ft) after 5 years

Goji Berries need a fertile neutral soil to crop well (a pH of 6.0-7.5 is ideal) in full sun or partial shade.