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 -  Monday, September 26, 2011
Very Hardy.
Reviewed By: Robin McClary (Yakima, WA)
I want to thank the company for excellent customer service. I ordered a goji in the Spring. When it arrived the tips were damaged and the leaves parched. I wrote to customer service. They sent me a new one which arrived day before yesterday. It is healthy with no broken tips and very green leaves. I look forward to some berries in a year or two. The small size of the young plants seems reasonable to me because it must be shipped for an affordable price. Thank you to Customer Service!
 -  Friday, July 30, 2010
Commendable Progress
Reviewed By: Derek (Watertown, Connecticut)
Well I received about 3 puny little seedlings in the mail, early spring. With enough light and soil it took off and I cant wait to have berries! I'm ordering more soon to have a row of them!
 -  Wednesday, April 07, 2010
Reviewed By: Nita O'Brien (Henderson, Nevada)
goji's go dormant in the fall and do look like dead twigs. They do not fruit until they are 2 yrs old with max yeild at 5yr. Ours fruited last summer and the fruit is well worth the wait.
 -  Saturday, April 17, 2010
Great plant so far!!
Reviewed By: Jeff (Austin, Texas)
I was a bit concerned about ordering an exotic fruit plant but my wolfberry (goji) arrived in early March in fantastic condition. The root ball was moist and protected, and the leaves were all green, healthy, and intact. I planted it immediately in a 10" pot in basic Scotts gardening soil and put it in a spot that receives 4-6 hours of direct sunlight/day and filtered sun for the remaining day. Now, 7 weeks later, I have already had to trim it back because of the impressive growth it has shown (and to keep the shrubby shape that I desire). So far, this goji berry plant has been one of the easiest things I have ever transplanted and grown! Can't wait for it to fruit next year!
 -  Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Green Thumb
Reviewed By: Alya Ross (Watsonville, California)
Goji grows very fast in the right conditions. All gurney plants arrive very small and frequently very light deprived as if they have been boxed for weeks. But with slow introduction to sunlight they have all done well.