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Artichoke 'Green Globe       Heirloom NonGmo. Organic

Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus.


Globe artichokes are considered a delicacy and have been grown in Southern Europe for many centuries. The part that is eaten is the immature flower bud before the flower appears, when it consists of overlapping green


The Green Globe artichoke is common and delicious making it a mainstay for many home farmers. It is a wonderful addition to any garden because of its aesthetic beauty and its rich buttery flavor. The Green Globe is the heirloom variety you are most likely to find at your local market. This is the king of artichokes. 


Plant: Perennial

Site: Full Sun/Partial Sun

Height: 50" 

Days To germiante: 7-21 days

Days to maturity:110- 120 days
Sow: 1/2" deep

Plant spacing : 48"" apart

Row spacing: 72"

Packet size :1 gram  


How to grow:

Plant in the warmer season. This Non-GMO artichoke takes about 120 days to mature. It has been know to grow as tall as 50”. It requires full sun or partial shade. Direct sow 1/2” deep and 48” apart.

Soil Type: Sandy, well darined, composted, loamy.

Temperature : 50-68F



Globe artichokes are a good source of dietary fibre and folate; a source of biotin, niacin, vitamin C and magnesium and contain a dietary significant amount of potassium. The main phytonutrients in artichokes are the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin, which are being investigated for their benefits for eye health.

Artichoke 'Green Globe' Organic NonGmo

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