Wednesday, 18 January 2023

Growing Goji Berries or Wolf Berries In my Garden

Even though I have a very small garden, it didn't stop me from trying to grow new things in my garden. I think it was end of 2021 or beginning of 2022, I sowed some seeds from a single goji berry or wolf berry. A few seedlings appeared and I kept 4 for myself and gave away the rest to my friends. I now have 4 pots of goji berry plants in my garden.

Goji berry or wolf berry plant.
This photo was taken end of April, 2020.
Middle of July, 2020.
January, 2023.
Finally, after about 3 years, one of my goji berry plants has started to flower.
The first flowers didn't turn into berries. More flowers are appearing on the plants and I am hoping to see some berries on the plant soon. I am also hoping for the other plants to bear flowers.


"I am the true Vine, and my Father is the Gardener.
He lops off every branch that doesn't produce.
and he prunes those branches that bear fruit for even larger crops.
He has already tended you by pruning you back for greater strength
and usefulness by means of the commands I gave you.
(John 15:1-3, The Living Bible-TLB)

52 comments:

  1. You have such a beautiful garden dear! Lovely plants. Wonderful Post! Have a great day!
    Rampdiary | Fineartandyou | Beautyandfashionfreaks

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  2. Golgi berries are good for treating pimples in Chinese medicine. I used to eat plenty

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    1. Thank you, Roentare. I use them for boiling soup.

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  3. Goodness me, I have never seen a goji berry plant! And now I have :) Gardening needs patience as some plants take years to bear their first blooms. The tiny flowers are very pretty.

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    1. I have seen the flowers but so far no sign of the berries.

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  4. Plants, fruits, veggies, so intersting!
    We have but a small balcony, yet I got strawberry-plants from my parent´s garden years ago - my Mum collected them in the woods "with me" (I was 2 years old) - they have grown leaves so big, but the fruit stays small and sweet!

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    1. I would love to plant strawberry too but our weather is not suitable.

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  5. Can plant here? In our weather? Getting more and more expensive - wouldn't mind planting some too!

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    1. I do hope I will be able to harvest goji berries soon.

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  6. Such a great garden :) thanks for your sharing...

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  7. Thank you Nancy. Congrats on successfully planting goji berries. I wonder how the goji berries are on the plant. Can you please take some photos to show us when they appear?

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    1. Sure will do. I am keeping a sharp look out for the berries.

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  8. That's cool! It's still great even though not fruit yet.

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  10. You have a very talented green thumb! Cheers!

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  11. I have read that these berries have many properties for our health, but that they are harmful to people with anticoagulants.

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  12. I know goji berry but I have no idea how they look like during growing as a plants :-)

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  13. Bellas plantas, te mando un beso. https://enamoradadelasletras.blogspot.com/

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  14. May you be blessed with berries soon!

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  15. I love wolfberries. Used in cooking. In vegetable, in soup, in dessert. Now I am thinking of planting, after looking at your plant.

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    1. Do plant some. If you have space, it is better to plant them in the ground, probably they grow faster and better.

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  16. I'm excited to see if berries appear! If yes.... I shall go raid a few of my goji berries and deprive them of their seeds hehehe.

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    1. If I get to see berries, I will let you all know about it.

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  17. You are not only a great blogger, a foodie, and a great cook, you are a gardener.

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  18. I hope it was worth the wait. The plant has produced cute flowers. Have a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Jeevan. I am willing to wait for the berries.

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  19. White flowers are very cute. Happy Sunday!

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  21. Your goji berry looks so healthy, Nancy! I'm always impressed with your green fingers. There is a lot of construction in my part of the world just now and it is not doing my plants and good. But we shall persevere.
    Amalia
    xo

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    1. Thank you, Amalia. Hope the construction will be over soon.

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  22. Our reward is to get the produce.

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