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Wolfberry

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$8.95
Description

Gou Gi Zi. Matrimony Vine. A medicinal food in China where the young leaves and shoots are cooked. The sweet berries are snacked on fresh or added to soups or made into a medicinal wine. The leaves, roots, and fruits are all highly valued in Chinese medicine. Wolfberry strengthens the skeletal system, improves liver function and strengthens eyesight. It has also been shown to increase white blood cell count and aids in tissue regeneration. Beautiful perennial shrub. Can reach 12 feet with purple blooms beginning in early summer, followed by scarlet berries in late Summer and Fall. Perennial. Hardy to zone 5.

Latin Name Lycium chinense
 
 
 
 
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