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Artichoke

In most cold climates sow seeds indoors about 6-8 weeks before last frost. In warmer areas sow seeds directly outdoors in the fall to harvest the following season. Soil temps should be (22-26 C) for good germination. Once germinated the temperatures can be cooler and artichokes will bud earlier if exposed to at least 8-10 days of cool temperatures early in its growth. However protect from frost and freezing temperatures in your harvest year.



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Artichoke Romanesco/Carciofo

Artichoke Romanesco/Carciofo

Large, globular heads with firm green bracts with violet tinges, without prickles. Seeds/package: 50-60 Untreated Sowing instructions: Plant seeds...
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Artichoke/Carciofo di Romagna

Artichoke/Carciofo di Romagna

This variety prefers a seasonal climate, mild winters and hot dry summers. Plants are hardy enough to be able to withstand cold temperatures to just...
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