Goji berries are also known as lycium barbarum or Chinese wolfberry. Theplants are deciduous, woody perennia, which are adaptable to complex environment. They prefer hot and dry summer, but they will grow in humid climate as well. They can endure the cold winter and thrive better in the next spring. If you want to try growing the plant, you’ll just have to see whether the plant is adapted to the climate there.
Below are the growing instructions:
First, mixing sand and goji seeds together, putting them in a cold place, turning over for several times, and keeping them wet for 15 days.
Next, soaking them in water for germinating.
In 7 to 10 days, they will germinate and have little roots, meanwhile they are suitable for planting in starter pots. Generally, half the seeds will germinate.
Please remember you should prepare your “soil” from a mixture of worm castings and biological compost, with enough sand so that any excess of water can drain easily. An alkaline soil of pH 8.2 to 8.6 is the natural habitat of wolfberry.
Germinated berries should be planted about half an inch down in the starter pots, a lot deeper for the larger ones. An actual seed of wolfberry is smaller than that of tomato. In our experience, it will take 10-14 days for them to start coming up. The first green shoots will be tiny leaves that you have to look after them carefully. There is no doubt that once the plant sprouts, it will live. However, they grow slowly during the first few months. The time seedlings have outgrown their starter pots, you can put your small Goji shrubs in buckets of 5 gallon, with drain holes punched at the bottom. Goji can grow to 8 feet, about 1 to 3 meters high.
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