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CURRENT STOCK OF DRIED GOJI BERRIES HAVE SOLD OUT & WILL BE AVAILABLE AGAIN ABOUT OCTOBER 2009

SORRY ABOUT ANY INCONVENIENCE

 

 

 

SPECIALISING IN AUSTRALIA-WIDE EXPRESS Deliveries

of dried goji berries & goji berry plants

to all Australian States - QLD, NSW, ACT, SA, VIC, WA, TAS & NT

 

GOJI BERRY PLANTS

 

I've been growing goji berry plants for 4 years now – even before I had eaten a Goji Berry, so convinced was I of their nutritious benefit to the body. My plants flower and produce berries. You could get a few flowers and berries the first year, just enough to give you hope that you will be able to produce your own berries, but it is best not to push your plant to do this as it is best for it to concentrate on branch and root development during the first year. Every year the plant produces more berries but it will take up to 5 years for your goji berry plant to become very prolific, … so the sooner you start to grow, the quicker you’ll be eating fresh berries.

 

They prefer a cool dry full sun climate with low humidity and open free draining soil, but where I live is more coastal and our soil is red volcanic clay and they still do quite well. They can also be grown in pots, but of course will be more productive if planted out. They survive temperature ranges from -27° C to +39° C (mine have survived over this temperature but they do not like it as much). Although they prefer full sun they do welcome some shade especially in the hot Australian summer afternoons. Water-logging is what they especially do not like, but during the growing season they like water, especially if the day temperatures are high. They love a good shower of rain during their growing period.

 

I AM NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BUT OUR PLANTS ARE ABLE TO BE PURCHASED VIA MAIL ORDER OR THROUGH SELECTED NURSERIES. Occasionally I attend various events & shows (garden shows, special markets) and plant and dried berries may be purchased at these events. I do not sell direct to the public from our property as I am busy working our business and fulfilling orders, but you may contact me if you have any questions. I was at the “Nambour Farmers Market” on Saturday 15th October 2008 between 7m and midday. As thesewere Farmer’s Markets, I only sold what I grew, so I did not have the imported dried gojis for sale at this market. (However, I do offer Free Express Post for 1kg bag and over orders of dried gojis).

 

For a detailed list showing the cost of goji berry plants, go to goji berry prices. Briefly, the goji berry plants come in 3 sizes: -

1) small tube pots (pot size is 55mm x 55mm square top x 125mm ht). Usually available Sept, Oct & Nov. The height of the small goji berry tube plant (not counting the pot) is approximately: -

- 100mm for orders up to 1 to 6 plants

- 150mm to 300mm for 12 plants

- 150mm for 18 & 24 plants

 

2) large tube pots (pot size is 90mm x 90mm square top x 150mm ht). Usually available Nov & Dec. The height of the large tube plants (not counting the pot) is: -

- 300mm.

 

3) jumbo pots (140mm round). Usually available Dec, Jan & Feb. The height of the large tube plants (not counting the pot) is: -

- 300mm.

 

Note: I offer Australia-wide Express Post delivery of the imported dried goji berries, Australian grown goji berry plants and ‘dried berry / plant packs’ to all Australian states. Orders containing plants are sent on Mondays and Tuesdays every week to QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC & SA and every 2 weeks to WA, TAS & NT. Plants are available from the end of September until the end of February every year.

 

CURRENT TODAY: (25/05/09)

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