This variety of Goji has more of a vine habit than a bush.
It will send long horizontal branches (up to 6m) along a wall or fence and then shoot it's fruiting branches vertically.
It fruits usually, at the onset of Winter and sometimes Early Spring, but for the rest of the year it produces delicious leaves for cooking or tea making.
They tend to work better than the 'shrub variety' in pots, as long as the pots are large enough.
They are semi- deciduous, dropping most but not all of their leaves in late Spring and Summer.
All potted plants from this variety are rooted cuttings and some may even have flower, depending on the time of year.
This variety is the one most specified in Traditional Chinese Medicine and the root bark is excellent for respiratory difficulties and diminishing vision.
Unfortunately we cannot send live plants to TAS, WA or Overseas due to State regulations