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    First, do the seeds need any special tempuratures? Anyway are their any goji plants for sale. Only organic (sorry if i sound picky) and a variety from the Himalayan Region (Not in the U.S. of course). The plant itself does not have to be from the himalayan region just the variety it belongs to.

    It is quite new to the U.S..

    jstr11,

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    You could do a search at http://www.google.com/ and use the common name to find the botanical (Latin name) and then search with that.* I discovered the botanical name is Lycium barbarum.* Then search with terms such as:
    Lycium barbarum + seed

    This site has references for many mail order nurseries.* You might even be able to search by state and plant material, depending on what you are looking for.
    http://davesgarden.com/gwd/

    Newt

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    *You can also look under Lycium Barbarum

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    Thanks that helps a lot!!:)

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    [align=left]So far we have established about 60 goji seedlings.
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    [align=left]Warmest regards[/align]

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    Ok, I'll take a look!

    jstr:)

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    :DThere are many dormant (dry root plants-trees) for sale

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    Thanks!:)

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    We have Organically grown Goji Berry Seedlings and larger plants

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    Razel, how can we order some seedlings?* Thanks!

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