Lycium spp.



Lycium is a genus of 70 to 90 species belonging to the nightshade family, Solanaceae. The most common are L. barbarum and L. chinense, whose fruits, wolfberries, or goji berries, are a traditional food crop in China. Lycium are shrubs, often thorny, growing 1-4m tall. The leaves are small, narrow, and fleshy, and are alternately arranged, sometimes in fascicles. Flowers are solitary or borne in clusters. The funnel-shaped or bell-shaped corolla is white, green, or purple in colour. The fruit is a two-chambered, usually fleshy, and juicy berry which can be red, orange, yellow, or black.
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