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  • Carole S

    Artichoke plants can be grown in many climates. It spreads into a silvery green fountain up to 6 feet across. Here are some great tips for growing artichokes and a link to artichoke recipes.

  • Heather Galbreath

    How to grow artichokes - You can grow artichokes just about anywhere, if you choose the right growing technique for your climate.

  • Tami Cassidy

    How to Grow Artichokes - Vegetable Gardener

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