We usually carry 2 or 3 varieties of Goji berries.

Goji berries are native to China and have many health benefits that help common health problems. Goji berries can be eaten raw, cooked, dried (like raisins) or in teas, juices and wines. The plant is highly disease resistant and rarely bother by insects, rabbits or deer! Attracts birds. Some varieties need a pollinator.

To have success with the Goji Berry:

  1. Mulch heavy around plant but no more than 4" deep
  2. Fertilize with a tomato fertilizer
  3. Cut back to 2/3 in the fall
  4. Optional; use epsom salts and rose fertilizers as well.
  • Full Sun
  • Part Sun
  • Deer Resistant