(Lycium barbarum) Also known as Matrimony Vine and the "goji " berry. In China, these sweet and nutritious berries are eaten fresh or dried like raisins. The berries are a popular medicinal herb, among the highest in protein and antioxidants, have more carotene than carrots, and contain all the essential aminoacids and many minerals. this attractive Chinese native is a viney shrub that grows 8-10' in height. Light purple, bell-shaped flowers bloom in May and continue throughout the summer. Flowers are followed by orange-red berries. Chinese Wolfberry is self-fertile, drought resistant, and likes half to full day of sun and well-drained soil. It excels in seaside locations.