Blooming Artichokes!

All About Bees 11.24.13

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My artichoke harvest is so plentiful I always leave some for the honey bees to enjoy.
  • Ide C
    Ide C Highland Park, IL
    really neat. love to eat them, especially Italian way, pressed down and fried, stem left on. never saw them growing tho. interesting!
  • Carol S
    Carol S Warwick, RI
    How - do I start a crop of them. Do you think they will grow in RI??
  • Vera DeWeese
    Vera DeWeese Manassas, VA
    Ide--could you give more detail on cooking them--sounds wonderful!
  • Douglas Hunt
    Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL
    Carol, it's tricky growing artichokes where winters are as cold as they are in Rhode Island, but see these tips from the Connecticut Agricultural Experimentation Station:
  • Kathy Degenhart
    Kathy Degenhart Eureka, IL
    I planted one for fun last year after seeing a globe artichoke blooming at Disney World. Didn't get any artichoke but it had interesting foliage. I was surprise this spring when it came up again. Still no artichokes, but the foliage is pretty.
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