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Violet de Provence Artichoke seeds
  • Violet de Provence Artichoke seeds
  • Violet de Provence Artichoke seeds
  • Violet de Provence Artichoke seeds

Violet de Provence Artichoke seeds

Violet de Provence is an excellent artichoke variety. Artichokes are perennial plants whose delicious, fleshy bracts of the flower buds are eaten. The flower buds also form a beautiful decoration in dried bouquets.

  • Perennial crop
  • Delightful, fleshy bracts of flower buds
  • Beautiful decoration in dried bouquets
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Description

Violet de Provence is an excellent artichoke variety. Artichokes are perennial plants whose delicious, fleshy bracts of the flower buds are eaten. The flower buds also form a beautiful decoration in dried bouquets.

  • Perennial crop
  • Delightful, fleshy bracts of flower buds
  • Beautiful decoration in dried bouquets

Sowing
Sow the Artichoke seeds in March-April under glass, or outside in May on a seedbed. The plants are very sensitive to cold, so cultivation under glass is preferable. After emergence, pot each plant separately in a large pot. Let the plants harden off in April (accustom them to the outside air) and plant them out in May at a planting distance of 100x75cm.

Harvesting
In August - September you can regularly harvest the formed, still closed flower buds.

Wintering
In late autumn, cut away the spent flower stems, leave the lower leaves in place and tie them together and leave the whole thing covered with straw and plastic to overwinter.

Specifications

Reference
OB-660023
EAN
8710796600231
Tags
seed potato, potato
Brand
Oranjeband Zaden

Other features

Botanic name
Cynara cardunculus
Cultivar
Violet de Provence
Specialty
Everlasting flowers
Position
full sun
Planting time
February - May
Flowering period
August - September
Color
Purple
Contents
1,5 grams
Seeds per gram
20
Collection
Oranjeband Zaden

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