days to maturity:
plant spacing: 1 plant per 4 square feet
sunlight requirements: 6-14 hours
look out for:
harvest notes: harvest ripe fruit when red
Goji berry is a new species of plant for us that we are excited to try and grow with our customers in South Florida. We have heard that they do well here and are quite problem free but we haven't grown them ourselves until this year. Goji Berry is a cool superfood from Asia thats praised for its high vitamin C and A content but did you know that the leaves and shoots are also edible? The plant is a small perennial shrub that can be kept under 6 feet tall with pruning if desired but can reach up to 12 feet if left to sprawl. Small purple flowers are followed by lots of red berries.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
We ship plant orders every Monday. Due to the nature of shipping plants we only offer expedited shipping for our live plant orders. Our returns & exchanges policy is also quite strict since its hard to control the quality of a plant once it leaves our facility, however we do our very best to make sure that each and every customer is satisfied with their plants. Read more about our policies here.
When you receive your plant its critical to get it out of its box and into the light the day it arrives. It will also want to be removed from its compostable plastic wrapping and given fresh water to drink. Keep in mind, this plant was grown in the tropical humid climate of South Florida, so if it's terribly cold or dry where you are it'll need to be hardened off before planting outdoors. Visit our care instructions page for more thorough info about caring for your new plant friend.
What Our Customers Have to Say:
This is a great, local organization with really knowledgeable & friendly staff. They make gardening easy and accessible, and I've purchased many high quality plants and equipment from them.
-Kate Black (5 star google review)
And Another One:
How lucky we are to have a resource like Little River Cooperative here in Miami, not only for the access they offer to a great selection of plants and produce, but also for the knowledge they provide and the sense of community they foster!
-Nick Vagnoni (5 star google review)