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Planting and Growing Artichokes

Planting and Growing Artichokes

Fall Perennial Vegetable Care

Fall Perennial Vegetable Care

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In warm areas, such as California, treat as a perennial and leave for 6-7 years until they need to be divided. In colder regions, artichokes should be treated as annuals as the roots will die with prolonged freezing. Plant 4-6 ft. apart, in rows 8 ft. apart. Non-taxable.

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