Artichoke Green Globe Seed
A selected stock, Artichoke Green Globe is yielding with well-formed globes. Sow in January and plant out in the spring. 20 top-size graded seeds, usually more.
Growing Info Sow seed in March and April 13mm (0.5in) deep in a seedbed, sowing two or three seeds per station, with 25-30cm (10-12in) in and between the rows. Thin to leave the strongest seedling.
Alternatively, sow seeds in 7.5cm (3in) pots of good compost. Seed-raised plants tend to be variable and spiny, but when good plants occur, suckers (shoots arising from a plant’s root system) can be taken.
Some cultivars are maintained by suckers and, although rather costly, are generally superior to seed-raised plants.
Plants can also be propagated from rooted suckers, bought or taken from established plants from March-April. They should be healthy, 20-30cm (8-12in) long with at least two
Hints and Tips Always pick young before they seed