pruning goja berry

joe chapman asked 11 years ago

i put in goja berry s in march they have grown very strongly they now have a lot of branches up to one and half meters but are very thin with lots of leaves should i prune these back now or let them grow on at what age should they start to fruit?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
You can cut back the whippy shoots to pencil length to tighten it up, but too much pruning put off flowering and fruiting. It usually crops after a couple of years. Rich soil might delay it.