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    Growing artichokes: artichoke plant buds in garden landscape.

  • Mohd Adnan Mahmood

    Green Globe Artichoke plant

  • Jessica LaRue

    Cut a 1- to 3-inch section of stem with each bud to make it easier to handle. The lower buds that develop later won’t grow as large as the top bud. When you have harvested all buds on a stem, cut the stem to the ground. For large, established plants, prune the entire plant back by a third to spur a fall harvest.

  • Hallie Cryer

    Artichoke Seeds,Heirloom ARTICHOKE GREEN GLOBE (Cynara scolymus) Perennial

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