Goji Berry Bushes


  • Specimen Plant
  • Trellis
  • Container Gardens
  • Edible Gardens


  • Rare Plant
  • Disease & Pest Resistant
  • Highly Nutritious Berries
  • Purple Flowers


  • Full Sun
  • 6+ Hours of Direct Sun

Growing Zones:

Goji berries, also known as Lycium barbarum, are hardy deciduous shrubs with an upright to viney form. These shrubs are tough and can handle hot, dry weather--in fact, the fruit is better in these conditions. In spring to early summer, they produce purple blooms that become shiny, bright red berries. The berries, considered a superfood, are full of antioxidants and amino acids, and have anti-inflammatory properties. They have a sour cherry flavor and can be dried, juiced, frozen or eaten fresh. These bushes are self-fertile and do not need a partner to produce fruit.

Why Buy Goji Berry Shrubs Online?

Goji berry shrubs, also known as wolfberry, are in the genus Lycium. Native to Asia, these plants are often used in traditional Asian cuisine. The plant has tiny, delicate, purple flowers in late spring that become small red berries 

The berries produced by these plants are often used as a health food. The tiny berries are sweet and delicious eaten raw. The berries can also be dried for a longer shelf life. These plants are also great for wildlife with flowers and berries that attract insects and birds. 

The Best Way To Use Goji Berry Plants

Most goji berry shrubs are winter hardy to growing zones 5 to 8. The plants can grow 12 feet tall. With an upright growth habit, the plants are typically only 5 to 7 feet wide. The plants prefer well-drained soil and full sunlight.

These plants can be grown in large garden planters, but the container needs to be large enough to support a 12-foot tall plant.

  • Produce small red berries

  • Sweet and healthy fruit

  • Does not require a pollinator to produce

  • Large shrubs up to 12 foot tall

  • Growing zones 5 to 8