Goji berries are the latest ‘must have’ fruit and are said to boost your immune system, contain more vitamin C than oranges, more iron than steak and play an important role in traditional Chinese medicine. These Himalayan berries have a sweet tangy flavour and are normally eaten as dried berries where their taste is somewhat similar to that of raisins, but can also be used to make tea, soups and smoothies.
Goji berries are self fertile and are easy to grow and thrive even in poor soil.
Plants are available throughout the year.
View Ken Muir's Guide to Growing Goji Berry.
This 'superfruit' is easy to grow & thrives even in poor soils.