Blythe Barbo wrote:Last year, we got our first "crop" - looking forward to more as they get bigger. Good luck!
Cam Mitchell wrote:How long did it take to get a yield? I've read it's 2-4 years. Also, what varieties do you have?
Julie Bernhardt wrote:I'm in central Indiana, zone 5. Would I need to shade them?
I thought they were to be in full sun.
Julie Bernhardt wrote:I bought goji berries this year and potted them because they were so small and they are barely alive. I don't know what I did wrong there.
Julie Bernhardt wrote:I still don't have them in the ground. I didn't know that the pollinator had less berries. I bought 2 two plant collections from Stark brothers so I have 4 varieties but I don't know which ones are the pollinators. I'm attaching pictures of where I am planning to put them. This is south of a brick house on site 1 and south west of the house on site 2.
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