Goji Berry Herb Seeds

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Goji Berry Herb

Goji Berry Herb 500 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.96

Goji Berry Seeds are known to some as Chinese Wolfberry. Goji Berry is not a fruit, but an herb. It is a woody, perennial shrub that produces bright red berries in the summer and fall.

Much lauded as a “SuperFruit" in recent years, Goji has been used medicinally in China for centuries. Extra sweet and super nutritious, Goji Berry plants produce a valuable harvest you can freeze, dry, juice and of course, eat raw like a blueberry or cranberry.

With its purple flowers, attractive foliage and bright berries, Goji berry plants make a wonderful addition to your perennial garden. Harvest in about 1 year, in pots, and 2 years, in the ground.  Harvest in about 1 year in pots and 2 years in ground.


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