Crimson Star Goji Berry
These sweet, super nutritious berries have been renowned for centuries in China for a nearly boundless list of health benefits. Enjoyable fresh or dried like raisins, the fruit is high in anti-oxidants, amino acids and contains more beta-carotene than carrots. The plants have a dense, spiny, vining habit, reach 8-10 feet at maturity, and prefer well-drained soil with full sun exposure. Goji berries are self-fertile and bloom in early summer with lavender, trumpet-shaped flowers followed by glossy, red berries. Naturally disease and pest resistant. Plants are approximately 1/2-1 foot tall. Hardy in zone 6 and above.
Goji Berries are 1 year old and ship at the end of April/beginning of May in 3 1/2 inch containers. Order early for best availability. Detailed planting instructions are included with each order
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|Plant Height||Plant Spacing||Hardiness Zone||Bearing Age||Ripening Time||Pollinator Required|
|8-10'||6-8'||6||1-2 years||Late summer/fall||No|
Plant your Goji Berry in an area with well-drained, not soggy soil. In mild climates full sun exposure is best; in warmer climates the plant appreciates protection from the sun during the hottest part of the day.
Water regularly during the first growing season. Goji Berries are drought tolerant once established. Pruning is not required for fruit production, but the plants will respond well if pruned for shaping purposes.
Pests & Diseases
Goji Berry is not bothered by pests or diseases.
Well drained soil.
Full sun to partial shade.
Goji Berry is hardy to -10°F.
Up to 1 quart.