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Goji Berry Seedlings in Los Angeles (Lycium Barbarum)

 
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I have gojis grown from seed, using all organic Fox Farm brand soils. They are healthy and from proven stock. They are quite delicious fresh or dried. These quickly reach a nice fruiting, about 1.5-2 years.

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-Brandon
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