Wolfberry is a drought-deciduous shrub that is a nearly effortless addition to the naturalistic landscape. Older, established plants can tolerate fairly long periods of little to no water. This low maintenance shrub can be a wonderful privacy hedge due to its dense growth habit and intricate branching structure. In late winter and spring, it gets blossoms that range in color from white to purple. Bright red/orange fruit that taste like tomatoes appear after the plant is done flowering. The Wolfberry fruit is a favorite of many birds and other wildlife, rendering it a priceless addition to the naturalistic garden or landscape intended to attract wildlife.
Height: 5 – 9 feet
Width: 6 – 8 feet
Bloom color: White to Purple
Flowering season: Late Winter, Spring
USDA minimum zone: 9
Cold hardiness: 20° F


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