2. Readying Your Plant
One of the most important things to do for goji berry planting is to ready your plant for the conditions in which you’d like to plant them. This isn’t something that applies to most other plants, and it often surprises first-time goji berry gardeners that any of this is necessary at all.
First, start off by putting your goji berry plant indoors rather than outdoors. Put it in an area where it gets access to at least four hours of shade during the day, and a couple more hours of direct sunlight.
From there, keep your goji berry plants in these comfortable indoor conditions for at least two to three days, and then start to move them gradually further towards the outside. Leave them outside for an hour or two before bringing the plant back in.
Over a week’s period, increase the time the plant spends outside – and at the end of this week period, it should be ready for planting.