Rare Wild Organic Chinese Black Goji Berries Lycium (Black Wolfberry) Seeds Organic Superfood Fruit Non-Gmo B10

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Black goji berry is a magical biological resource that is rich in nutrition ingredients and medicine care active ingredients.
According to the research report and the usage in folk, the black goji berry contains plenty of protein, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and other many kinds of nutrients. it can play a good role in anti-aging and beauty skincare. It can also be good food for cooking with some other things such as meat and fish and even drink for days.

Goji Berry (Lycium ruthenicum) Wolf-berry is a spectacular plant, a super-food native throughout Central Asia. The black goji is known to be more healthful and potent than the more widely known red goji, and we find the flavor sweeter. The tasty, inky-black berries are exceptionally high in antioxidants and are said to boost the immune system and improve circulation.

Thanks to their ability to fight free radicals, they have been hailed as food to promote healthy, graceful aging. It grows as a shrub reaching 35"-59" (90cm-1.5m) in height and the plants are self-fertile.

(Black Wolfberry) This spectacular superfood is native throughout Central Asia. The black goji berry is very rarely found in Western cuisine but has long been celebrated in the Himalayan region as a powerful medicinal and healthy food.

A native of Central Asia, the southern part of Russia, Northwest China, and Pakistan. In India, it grows in Kashmir, where native people use it to cure blindness in camels. It grows to 6 feet tall and can run out to 15 feet wide if left alone. The leaves turn a bronze color in the colder months. The bees, butterflies, and birds will visit from late Spring to mid-summer while in bloom. It grows in dry soils and is a drought-tolerant shrub.

Black goji berries (Lycium Ruthenicum Murrray, Russian box thorn)are an incredibly rare and exotic fruit grown widely in the extreme and harsh environments of Central Asia. The sheer remoteness of the plant, and local reliance on it has meant it is relatively unknown outside its natural range.

Black Goji grows as a shrub and reaches a height of about 9 feet with thorny branches dripping with clusters of plump, juicy, pearl-sized, sweet black fruits.

Black goji berries are unique among fruits because they contain all essential amino acids, goji berries also have the highest concentration of protein of any fruit. This amazing little super fruit also contains natural anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal compounds.

The fruit ripens from summer through early Fall.


Plant Name: Goji Berry Taxonomy: Lycium ruthenicum Life Cycle: Perennial USDA Zones: 3-10 - Goji dislikes extreme cold or heat Germination Temperature: 20-25°C (68-77F) Ideal Temperature: 70-85 F Plant Height: 90cm-1.5m / 35"-59" Germination Days: 10-40 days (depends on temperature) Light Preferences: 6-12 hrs of Full sun Sprouts in 14-21 Days Seed Depth: 1/4" Plant Spacing: 36" Frost Hardy: Yes

Growing Tips: Soak seeds in warm (70-85 F) water for 24 hours before planting. Add sand to the potting mix. Goji prefers alkaline soil and prefers to stay fairly dry, but tolerates most soils.


Goji berry plants can be grown from seed, but plants will begin fruiting two years after seeding.


Sow seeds 1/4" deep and lightly cover with a medium. Keep moist in a bright spot. Do not cover with plastic but maintain a temperature around 65-75F. Goji berry perennial germination takes around 7-14 days at 20-25 degrees C / 65-75F. However, it can be much slower - up to several weeks at lower temperatures.

✅ Sow indoors about 6 to 8 weeks before the last frost in your area. ✅ Sow 2 to 3 seeds in each pot, about 5mm (¼”) deep. ✅ Use a sterilized seed starting mix, and do not add fertilizer. ✅ Keep soil moist until seeds germinate, and then put it under bright lights. ✅ Optional you can use a grow dome or grow light ✅ After the third true leaf emerges, transplant each seedling onto its own individual pot. ✅ Goji berry grows well in slightly alkaline soil with a pH range of 6.8 to 8.1. ✅ If you’re growing Goji in a large container, use simple topsoil with some perlite mixed in for drainage. Avoid peat-based soils. ✅ Keep your goji berry plant indoors for at least one year, before planting outdoors. Planting outdoors is best done when the goji berry plant is at least one foot in height.

Germination Instruction

Soak the seeds in water that is from 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit for one to two days. This will increase their rate of germination. Combine sand with commercial potting mix or garden soil until it is very fine. The ideal soil pH should be between 7 and 8, although gogi plants will grow in soil with a pH lower than that. Plant the seeds 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep indoors in pots if you live in a colder area. Move the pots outside when the weather begins to warm. If you live in a warmer area, plant them outdoors in partial sun after the danger of frost has passed. Spray water on the soil. The temperature should be from 64 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray the seedlings with a mist sprayer until two leaves appear. Irrigate them with a sprinkler after that if your seedlings are outside. Do not allow the soil to become soggy. Snip off the main stem just above third leaf when it appears. This will cause the plant to grow laterally as a bush rather than vertically as a tree. A bushy form will yield more berries than a taller plant. Transfer seedlings planted in containers to direct sunlight and water regularly. As the richest known plant source of OPC(Oligomeric Proanthocyanidin) it has magnificent antioxidant capabilities. OPC is one of the most effective water-soluble free-radical scavengers. It is 20 times more powerful than Vitamin C and 50 times more powerful than Vitamin E.As a result, black goji berries may have the ability to slow down the aging process, lower cholesterol, and to prevent and slow the growth of cancer.

Goji berry plants establish fast, but they don’t fruit fast when starting from seed. The roots establish enough within a few months of germination to be transplanted in pots.

Plant Goji berry outdoors at least 2 feet apart - it can be trained like a grapevine on a trellis or left as a shrub.

The tasty, inky black berries are exceptionally high in antioxidants and are said to boost the immune system and improve circulation. Thanks to their ability to fight free radicals, they have been hailed as food to promote healthy, graceful aging. The potent berries create an outstanding blue color when steeped or added to foods. These tasty berries are quickly becoming a popular superfruit added to smoothies and brewed into tea. The dried berries are great in granola and muffins or snacked on alone; you can also eat the berries fresh off the plant. Steep the berries into a beautiful blue tea; adding a few drops of lemon will turn the tea a lovely purple/pink color.

The benefits of drinking black Goji tea:

it is helpful for kidney and sex it has the function of keeping the liver, improving eyesight, resisting fatigue, beauty and resisting tumor,s etc. can cure heart disease, cardiopyretic disease, abnormal menstruation, menopause and etc. its prospects are very bright whether as the common green and health care food or medicine.

How to use black Goji berry?

Take about Black goji 3~5g, and pour 50~70 degrees hot water about 300ml (10 fl. oz), keep for 5 minutes. It can be brawn about 4 times till the water is clear, and the brawn black goji is edible. Because Black goji is rich in natural anthocyanin, if use neutral water to brew it, the water will be purple, if use alkaline water is brewed, the water will be blue. It is highly recommended to use this black goji berry with soup. it can be delicious and good for your sex and kidney if you have it for a certain period.

Gardeners will be pleased to know this exciting berry is highly prolific and easy to grow! Plants thrive in zones 5-10. It grows as a shrub reaching 4-6 feet in height, and the plants are self-fertile. The fruit ripens from summer through early fall.