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how to cultivate jogi berries. i have a plant bought at the local nursery. presently it is approx. 1 m high and is situated on an East facing balcony, 11 stories high.
i have limited access to a garden.

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Do you mean goji berries or the Duke of Argyll's tea tree? If so, they should be very easy to cultivate in a large pot as they used to grow (probably still do) in hedgerows in the UK.
The Wikipedia article on the plant is quite good:

Rather than buy plants I've often thought of just getting the dried berries in a supermarket and germinating them.
Don't believe all the health claims about them as there are many other bush fruit which are just as rich in vitamin C and other minerals.

14 Apr, 2010

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