Goji berry (lycium barbarum) in a 19cm diameter pot (3L pot)
It is a tall, rambling plant growing into a large shrub up to 3m high which can be placed in full sun or partly shade. It can be planted in array or soil and climate conditions. The plant is extremely cold and heat tolerant and can withstand temperatures of -40’C to +38’C. It can be grown in a wide soil ph level between 6.5 and 8.0. It prefers well drained loamy soils and does not grow well in soggy conditions. It bears very healthy berries which place it in the top 10 of all superfoods! The fruit is high in anti-oxidants, proteins, complex of vitamins B and C, amino acids and many essential vitamins and minerals.
Ready to ship in 1-3 business days
from South Africa
Orders can be shipped nationwide. We negotiated a good deal with The Courier Guy team in order to ship a large box (45cm x 45cm x50cm) with a maximum weight of 25kg to anywhere in SA at a cost of R185 ex VAT. We can therefore ship a maximum of up to 6 plants in a large double wall box at a shipping cost of R185 ex VAT.
For smaller orders, the shipping per plant would unfortunately be more expensive at a cost of R75 ex VAT per plant.
The shipping is insured by The Courier Guy. We have been doing business with them for many years with very few problems with regards to damages or delays.
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