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Fun thing about Goji Berries

 
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Thought I would share.

I took my Goji berries, by the horns, and planted their tops back into the ground.
This abled them to absorb more water, thankfully keeping the green through dry times.

Has anyone else take the tops of their berries, trees, annuals, and planted them in the ground?
 
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       Howdy,

         I have not planted the tops, but having grown gojis for a few years I have appreciated them as stoloniferous wonders. I going to try it, though!

         Thanks.

          Thomas
          Mitama farm
 
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They looked like a rhizome, above ground,  So i thought i would try.

Fun Fact: Rhizome are the zombies of the plant world.
 
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I planted the all the tips of my thornless blacberry canes for a while and made a big patch of them.
 
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