Goji berries

This hardy, deciduous shrub has increased in popularity in recent years. It yields a plentiful supply of nutritious red berries, which can be eaten fresh, cooked or dried.

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Goji berries

Quick facts

Common name Goji berries, Duke of Argyll's tea-tree
Botanical name Lycium barbarum
Group Deciduous, fruiting shrub
Flowering time Summer
Planting time Late summer to autumn
Height and Spread 3m (10ft) x 4m (13ft) or more
Aspect Full sun
Hardiness Fully hardy
Difficulty Moderate

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