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Colorado Star Artichoke 25 Open Pollinated Seeds
Early-maturing purple annual. Colorado Star was specifically bred for annual production from seed. The 1 to 3 foot tall plants vary from upright to prostrate, but all produce high yields of purple to green-purple buds. Typically 1-3 primary buds are produced that are 2 and 1/2 to 3 1/2 inch in diameter followed by 5 to 7 secondary buds ranging from 2 to 2 and 1/2 inch in diameter. Plants are spiny. Perennial in Zone 7 and warmer, otherwise treat as an annual. NOTE: Amount of purpling may vary from plant to plant - some buds will be all purple, while others only show purple-tinged bracts. Harvest in about 75 days.
Green Globe Artichoke 50 Heirloom Seeds
The Green Globe Artichoke is the king of the artichokes. It's the one you're most likely to find in your local supermarket or at your favorite restaurant. In addition to its delicious taste, the foliage of the Green Globe Artichoke is very attractive, and provides a welcomed aesthetic addition to the garden even after harvest. Harvest in 85 days.
Imperial Star Artichoke 25 Organic Seeds
This is the easiest artichoke variety to grow from seed. Specifically bred for annual production, Imperial Star produces artichokes the first season from seed. A plant typically has six to eight mature buds, averaging from three to four inches in diameter per plant. The spreading plants will grow three to four feet tall. Perennial to Zone Seven; otherwise, treat as an annual. Harvest in about 85 days.
Purple Italian Globe Artichoke 25 Heirloom Seeds
Add some color and ornamental interest to your garden by planting Purple Italian Globe Artichoke seeds. An open-pollinated variety brought to us from Italy, this heirloom produces large, purple-headed fruits. More tolerant to temperature extremes, Purple Italian Globes are tender and more succulent than typical green varieties. Harvest in 85 days.
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