Artichoke Plants

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A magnificent architectural plant that proves its worth as a specimen plant, as well as having edible qualities. With stunning varieties of purple and green, many gardeners like to plant in a focal position to get the maximum effect in their growing space. Artichokes also make for a superb informal hedge, especially if planted along an area which is subject to cross winds. If you’d like to do this, we recommend planting in a double row and staggering the length of the plot.

Another reason to have at least one in your growing space is bees absolutely love them! As for the. . . Show More >

A magnificent architectural plant that proves its worth as a specimen plant, as well as having edible qualities. With stunning varieties of purple and green, many gardeners like to plant in a focal position to get the maximum effect in their growing space. Artichokes also make for a superb informal hedge, especially if planted along an area which is subject to cross winds. If you’d like to do this, we recommend planting in a double row and staggering the length of the plot.

Another reason to have at least one in your growing space is bees absolutely love them! As for the gardener, it’s the flower bud we are after, which is delicious if eaten young and tender. Artichokes enjoy a potash feed and, hailing from the Mediterranean, are happiest in free draining soil. If the soil is heavy, simply add a good organic soil improver.


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A magnificent architectural plant that proves its worth as a specimen plant, as well as having edible qualities. With stunning varieties of purple and green, many gardeners like to plant in a focal position to get the maximum effect in their growing space. Artichokes also make for a superb informal hedge, especially if planted along an are. . . Show More >

A magnificent architectural plant that proves its worth as a specimen plant, as well as having edible qualities. With stunning varieties of purple and green, many gardeners like to plant in a focal position to get the maximum effect in their growing space. Artichokes also make for a superb informal hedge, especially if planted along an area which is subject to cross winds. If you’d like to do this, we recommend planting in a double row and staggering the length of the plot.

Another reason to have at least one in your growing space is bees absolutely love them! As for the gardener, it’s the flower bud we are after, which is delicious if eaten young and tender. Artichokes enjoy a potash feed and, hailing from the Mediterranean, are happiest in free draining soil. If the soil is heavy, simply add a good organic soil improver.


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