Native to China Goji is also known as Wolfberry, Chinese Boxthorn and Matrimony Vine. It is an attractive vine like shrub that can have thornless branches up to 12 feet long. Will sprawl if not staked and can also be clipped into a hedge. Light purple bell shaped flowers bloom in spring through early summer then turn into bright red berries as the season progresses. Is very drought resistant likes a well drained soil. The prolific tasty sweet berries are extremely nutritious, famous for their high levels of anti-oxidants, carotene, essential amino acids and a high mineral content.They are eaten fresh, dried and are used in Chinese cooking. Leaves are also eaten both raw in salads and cooked. Tough plant is hardy down to minus 10 degrees F.