GOJI BERRY YOU CAN EAT EVERYTHING BUT THE ROOTS! LYCIUM BARBARUM WOLFBERRY $2.20

GOJI BERRY – EVERYTHING IS GORGEOUS, THE FLOWERS, THE FRUIT AND THE LEAF SHOOTS CAN BE EATEN, WHAT IS NOT TO LOVE! ALSO SAID TO FIGHT AGING, HELP CONTROL BLOOD SUGAR, CANCER FIGHTING PROPERTIES TOO!

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Goji Berries! Often called Wolfberries in China. These are Lycium chinense which are the ones that they are used extensively in cooking for health benefits but I just love their flowers and fruit, and they add something really special to the garden!

As a food, dried Goji / wolfberries are traditionally cooked before consumption. Dried Goji/ wolfberries are often added to rice congee and almond jelly, as well as used in Chinese tonic soups, in combination with chicken or pork, vegetables, and other herbs such as wild yam.

The berries are also boiled as a herbal tea, often along with chrysanthemum flowers and/or red jujubes, or with tea, and packaged teas are also available. There are plenty of recipes with the berries in them online.

Various wines containing Goji/ wolfberries (called g?uq? ji?) are also produced, including some that are a blend of ordinary grape wine and wolfberries.

Young wolfberry shoots and leaves are also harvested commercially as a leaf vegetable.

Goji berries are packed with many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. They’re associated with many health benefits, including improving blood sugar control, helping with weight loss, fighting aging and protecting against cancer.

SEEDS ARE SESAME SEED SIZED, EASY TO SEE AND HANDLE.

Grow Notes
Plant in full or part sun in moist, well-draining soils.

Frost tolerant once established.

Sow
Sow direct or raise seedlings in Spring or early Summer by planting at a depth of 8mm, with 200cm plant spacing.

Keep soil moist, not wet.

Germination
14-28 days at 20-25°C

Maturity
90 – 110 days.

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Seed Count: 15
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