My Questions about Tibetan Goji Berries

The ambiguity still prevails in my mind whether the goji berries come from the wine or bears on climbing plants, also about the natural form that they are beard in.

A Writer Looks for Answers

Though searching information on Tibetan goji berries reveal about the nutritional value of that fruit, however, many facts about the origin are still unknown. In fact, the ambiguity still prevails whether the berries come from a bush or a vine.

Tibetan Goji Berries

The curiosity drives me to know if the Tibetan goji berries grow close to the ground or on a climbing type. Though I know many Americans who once lived in Nepal but hardly know anyone who is the native of the Nepal or Tibetan region.

A had once confessed to a desire for one of two forms of isolation--either face-down in a strawberry patch or face-up in a mango grove. In fact, the gentleman's comment motivated me to go on a quest for information about the habitat and growth cycle of the Tibetan goji berries.

Inferring and basing my ken on the comment the Tibetan goji berries should be growing in much the same way as strawberries. And if so, then the Tibetan goji berries can be artificially cultivated to produce more juicer and larger fruit.

The wild strawberries are much smaller than the strawberries sold in the stores. And hence, it suggests that the cultivation of the strawberry encouraged the formation of a larger and juicier berry.

I picked wild blackberries which have a large number of seeds, in fact a lot similar to black raspberries. Hence, I infer and wonder still whether the Tibetan goji berries have a lot of seeds. And if this is the case, could cultivation of the berries produce a fruit with fewer seeds?

Search for answers on the Internet has failed to provide satisfactory answers for my quest. Sometimes I even envy the native of Tibetan region who may easily pick the goji berries and the cherished satisfaction they have would be the same as what I felt after colleting a bowl of either wild strawberries or wild blackberries.

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