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Artichokes are traditionally grown for their tender and edible flower buds. However, they also add great architectural interest to any garden. With their considerable leaves and thick stems topped with flowers that resemble flower buds, artichokes are both practical and pretty. If you live in an area where artichokes are perennial to your region, they will grow for up to five years, providing many a delicious bounty.
Growing artichokes in your garden
- Winter hardy in zones 7 through 10
- Deeply serrated leaves and thistle-like flowers
- A nice companion plant for asparagus
- Tender perennial