How to grow Artichokes: If you leave some artichoke buds on the stem, they'll flower into stunning purple thistle-like blooms.

How to grow Artichokes: If you leave some artichoke buds on the stem, they'll flower into stunning purple thistle-like blooms.

Interesting plant combination:  Rhubarb & cardoon or globe artichoke  -- I think it would look even better with some tall flowers in the back, cosmos?  Maybe with an additional layer of lovage?

Interesting plant combination: Rhubarb & cardoon or globe artichoke -- I think it would look even better with some tall flowers in the back, cosmos? Maybe with an additional layer of lovage?

All About Growing Artichokes. Growing artichokes as annuals that bear edible buds their first season requires an early start, but properly handled artichoke plants will prosper in a wide range of climates. This growing guide includes descriptions of the types of globe artichokes and tips for growing them in your backyard garden. #gardengrowingtips

All About Growing Artichokes. Growing artichokes as annuals that bear edible buds their first season requires an early start, but properly handled artichoke plants will prosper in a wide range of climates. This growing guide includes descriptions of the types of globe artichokes and tips for growing them in your backyard garden. #gardengrowingtips

Globe Artichoke border, perennial, full sun, drought tolerant. Yummy and punk rock flowers! From: Growing Artichoke - Bonnie Plants

Globe Artichoke border, perennial, full sun, drought tolerant. Yummy and punk rock flowers! From: Growing Artichoke - Bonnie Plants

Grow perennial vegetables. Plant once, enjoy for 20 years. This pic is an artichoke that grows very tall.  "They are ideal for planting now in the veg patch, big pots or even within gaps in beds and borders. My choice of long-living edibles that are easy to look after are asparagus, globe artichoke, Jerusalem artichoke, sea kale, cardoon, chicory and varieties of broccoli, onion and oca, a plant from South America that forms underground tubers that are eaten like potatoes."

Grow perennial vegetables. Plant once, enjoy for 20 years. This pic is an artichoke that grows very tall. "They are ideal for planting now in the veg patch, big pots or even within gaps in beds and borders. My choice of long-living edibles that are easy to look after are asparagus, globe artichoke, Jerusalem artichoke, sea kale, cardoon, chicory and varieties of broccoli, onion and oca, a plant from South America that forms underground tubers that are eaten like potatoes."

Flowering Herbs - Flowering herbs grow around stately artichoke plants and bring a touch of the Mediterranean to Bean's garden.

Flowering Herbs - Flowering herbs grow around stately artichoke plants and bring a touch of the Mediterranean to Bean's garden.

How to grow artichokes in the home garden. Tips for growing and caring for artichoke plants just about anywhere and what to do with those tender, tasty buds.

How to grow artichokes in the home garden. Tips for growing and caring for artichoke plants just about anywhere and what to do with those tender, tasty buds.

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