Lycium barbarum 'Sweet Goji'

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Goji berry (Lycium Barbarum) - If you are passionate about maintaining a healthy lifestyle then you are probably already aware of the current worldwide interest in the nutritional power of the Far East's best-kept secret - The legendary GOJI Berry! They're the latest 'must have' miracle berry in celebrity circles. Said to banish cellulite, boost your immune system, contain more vitamin C than oranges and more iron than steak, this Himalayan berry is quite a catch. There's one problem though, they're very expensive to buy. Good news then, that these little red berries can be grown in the UK's climate easily, keep this amazing plant in your own garden for a continuous supply of nutritional super-fruit and eat piles of fresh goji berries throughout the summer months from just a few, small bushes.

The Goji Berry is one of nature's best-kept secrets. Although this nutrient-rich "superfood" has been treasured by the Himalayan people for over 2000 years and praised for its unrivalled nutritional properties, it has remained relatively unknown to the Western world until now, with its label as a the new "superfood". It is also known as the "happy berry" because of the sense of well-being it induces!

The Goji berry is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and trace elements and is said to help eyesight, the immune system, circulation and the liver. It is very important in Chinese medicine where it is believed to be a valuable ingredient to the anti-aging diet. Berries are sweet and tasty - eat anytime as a healthy snack Add the berries to juices and smoothies Use dried berries for highest nutritional benefits Brew them into a refreshing tea Soak dried berries in water for a tonic Add to cereals and muesli mixes

As easy to grow as tomatoes!

Grow in any well-drained soil in a patio tub or open garden

Drought tolerant & self-pollinating

Plants are hardy down to -15C!

Grow in the garden or on your patio.

They will do best in a bright position sheltered from the worst of the weather, but can be grown safely outside all year round.

Supplied in approx.1-2 litre containers.