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Artichoke

A spectacular Mediterranean native, Artichoke features large, deeply toothed, silver-green foliage topped with striking, large flower buds - the Artichoke you can harvest and eat. If you don’t remove the Artichokes, they will open to showy, 6” diameter, purple flowers. Artichokes are grown as a perennial in the maritime Northwest, and can reach 4 ft. or more in height. They like full sun, rich soil, and regular watering. In cold regions, cut it to the ground in the fall and mulch heavily for winter protection.

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Purple Italian Globe

Purple Italian Globe

Prized for its tasty, violet Artichokes at the tip of large flower spikes, this unique variety is also a fine ornamental for your edible landscape.
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