[NAFEX] Anyone growing goji in zone 4?

JAMES ELIE tomelzear at earthlink.net
Sun Jun 21 19:32:24 EDT 2009

Hello mIEKAL,

My goji survived this past winter but not by much.  The five feet of height
it had gained last year was all killed off except for the bottom six
inches.  Admittedly it was a bad winter.  My goji was still in a pot but I
had him dug in and had several inches of soil over the top of the
container.  His growth has been slow this year but it has been consistent
even with our cool temps..... until recently.

Jim Elie
Green Bay, WI

> [Original Message]
> From: mIEKAL aND <qazingulaza at gmail.com>
> To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Date: 6/20/2009 9:21:31 AM
> Subject: [NAFEX] Anyone growing goji in zone 4?
> I've put a few plants in the ground but have no idea if they'll make  
> it thru the winter.  A friend up by Lake Superior has had his make it  
> thru a winter or 2 but he's a notch warmer than down here.
> & just found this on the net from someone growing goji in Iowa &  
> offering "super" cultivars...
> http://www.fountainofyouth-gojiseed.com/
> (the site might be a bit much for those of you who don't want to live  
> for ever, etc, etc)
> =!=
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