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Dwarf Apple Jonathan- WAPJO photo

Dwarf Apple Jonathan- WAPJO photo

GOJI BERRY The Tibetans, Koreans and Japanese have long known of the virtues of the Goji. Now in the west you can buy the dried berries or the juice at your local health food store, or you can grow your own and save a packet. This tough, weeping shrub has white stems that bear olive-like leaves. The mauve flowers are produced in early summer, followed by the striking red berries with epic antioxidants - so prized by the health food industry.

GOJI BERRY The Tibetans, Koreans and Japanese have long known of the virtues of the Goji. Now in the west you can buy the dried berries or the juice at your local health food store, or you can grow your own and save a packet. This tough, weeping shrub has white stems that bear olive-like leaves. The mauve flowers are produced in early summer, followed by the striking red berries with epic antioxidants - so prized by the health food industry.

Capsicum 'Gilboa Orange'

Capsicum 'Gilboa Orange'

A distant relative of the Chinese goji berry, wolfberries (lycilum Pallidum) have been used by native Americans to treat a range of aliments from toothache to chickenpox. The true medicinal powers of this plant have yet to be realised. A hardier alternative to goji for those in hotter drier climates.

A distant relative of the Chinese goji berry, wolfberries (lycilum Pallidum) have been used by native Americans to treat a range of aliments from toothache to chickenpox. The true medicinal powers of this plant have yet to be realised. A hardier alternative to goji for those in hotter drier climates.

Raspberry 'Chilliwack'- Fruits mid summer

Raspberry 'Chilliwack'- Fruits mid summer

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