1-2 years' old Goji Berry live plants

These photos are what dormant actual plants look like, not the leafy, fruit-laden summer photos that appear everywhere. Lourdes and Robert don't want you to feel deceived of the summer look, because these photos show what all dormant Goji plants actually look like!

For best results, purchase plants before they bud! (March to early May). After early May, non-dormant ("live") plants need to be picked up, or courier delivered, and transplanted the same day they arrive. The earlier you transplant these, the better for them.


Want the "answer to health" in your own backyard? Even indoors?

There is a farm on Vancouver Island with 8" to 36" in a root ball, ready for transplant, much taller than the ones you see offered on e bay or elsewhere. These seedlings From 12 dollars to 25 dollars plus handling, packaging, and shipping.

Tibetan plants and seeds are available from Lourdes' and Robert's organic farm, "Canada's Goji Farm", who pioneered authentic Tibetan Goji berries in Canada, and its benefits as a superfood.

Originated in Tibet, known as a super food, and a health food plant.

Organically grown.

Goji berries are special, viewed as the best berry in the world for nutrition value, and known as a medicinal food plant.

Now, gardeners and farmers in Canada are starting to cultivate these plants here.

Quantity discounts available for quantity 20 plants or more.

Phone Lourdes, the "Tibetan Goji Berry Grower", 6 0 4 -- X X X -- X X X X from 7:00 pm to 8:30pm, live, or leave a message at any other time, or by email, soneil AT justice DOT com

“Lycium barbarum” also known as" Wolfberry ". The berries have the highest antioxidants as well as protein, vitamins, enzymes, and minerals amounts of any other fruit plants. It is considered to be almost a complete food.


Once established goji berry plants are easy to grow and maintain. They can grow in almost any soil type, light-sandy, medium-loamy, heavy-clay or any combination of the three. Even soils of poor soil structure and nutrient content will grow goji plants, but soils of better quality will allow for better flowering and fruiting characteristics. A well drained soil is a must as goji berry plants will not grow well in wet or soggy conditions. Goji plants have an aggressive root system and are quite drought tolerant after they are established.

The goji plant prefers full sunlight for maximum fruit production, but will grow adequately in partially shaded areas.

Goji berry plants can survive winter temperatures as low as -26 celcius (-15 F) and summer temperatures as high as 38 celcius (100 F). The goji berry can survive in zones 3-7, out of this range it is too cold or hot. The goji plant can be grown indoors and outdoors.

The goji berry grows into a large shrub reaching heights of 7-10 feet with vines that can reach 10 feet. Pruning of the main stem and branches will keep the plant shorter, thicker and help with increased flowering and fruit production. In early summer the plant grows numerous small trumpet shaped flowers which are pollinated by bees. In later summer these flowers develop into bright red berries. The plant continues to flower and fruit until the first heavy frost. The goji plant begins flowering in the second year with maximum fruit production in the 4th or 5th year.

To surf more about the many health benefits of consuming goji berries or juice, please go to www.Pubmed.gov and search for "Lycium barbarum".