*** Spring 2014 (March-April) Special Update: 4 FOR 3 SALE !! Buy 3 seedlings get the 4th for free ***
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You can then send a payment with the details of your order (ex: 2 plants, 50 seeds, etc.)
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When your goji seedlings are about 1-2 inches tall, the plants can be carefully moved to larger 4 inch pots. Once your goji seedlings are about 1 ft+ tall, they can be planted outdoors directly in the ground. If you plan to move your goji plants you may want to plant them in 1-3 gallon containers.
Goji seedlings are very sensitive to direct sunlight when they are young and need to be gradually acclimated to direct sunlight. This is why it is best to start your seedlings indoors. If your seedlings are exposed to direct sun to quickly they will experience ultraviolet burn and die. This means you must acclimate your plant to the sun gradually by exposing it to direct sun for only a couple hours a day at first. Each day you can allow the plant to receive about an hour more direct sun. Carry out this hardening process for 7-10 days before placing in full sun.