Like blueberries and acai berries, goji berries are a potent source of antioxidants. They're rich in vitamin A and are reported to have many health benefits.
Eaten fresh, they're sweet, but also a bit bitter, although less bitter dried. Many people compare them to cranberries. They can be dried and added to granola, used like raisins, or even steeped in tea, a more traditional preparation.
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Plant in large containers or directly in the garden. Requires soil pH 6.8 to 8.1. Do not use fertilizers or peat moss. Can be staked of trellised. Grows 8-10 feet, vine like. Full sun. Drought tolerant. Zone 5-9.
Prepare hole in a sunny location, protected from harsh winds, with well drained, loamy soil. For colder regions, can be grown in containers with same soil composition. Place root ball into hole/container and fill with top soil. Mulch well with organic compost. Water regularly until established. A light layer of composted manure may be added annually. Prune to encourage one main trunk with many fruiting branches.