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  • Globe artichoke x2
    Globe artichoke x2

    cooking Boil whole in salted water with some lemon juice, or roast. Eat hot or cold, dipped in melted butter or vinaigrette. storage Keep for up to a week in the bottom of the fridge. season Harvested late May to late July - smaller heads from new plants in Sept/Oct. did you know? Ours were bred from French stock, imported by Guy Watson and his dad in a rowing boat from Brittany. If you leave globe artichokes to grow they will open into the purple flowers sold in dried flower shops. They're a...

  • Lucas Stone Globe Artichoke In Cotswold Stone
    Lucas Stone Globe Artichoke In Cotswold Stone

    This ornament has been made from beautiful, hard resisting and weather proof stone. This hand crafted piece will improve the overall look of any traditional or modern garden.

  • Globe Artichoke 'Green Globe Improved' F1 Hybrid
    Globe Artichoke 'Green Globe Improved' F1 Hybrid

    Globe Artichoke 'Green Globe Improved' bears larger, heavier, and more consistent quality globe-shaped heads. The characteristic sharp spines have been greatly reduced in this improved variety. The astonishingly tasty hearts make a supreme delicacy when pickled, and the base of the leaves can be eaten too. This majestic perennial vegetable makes an attractive addition to any vegetable plot. It is ideal for the flower garden too, attracting bees to its thistle like flowers when left unharvested....

  • Globe Artichoke, Small
    Globe Artichoke, Small

    A small decorative artichoke made from pottery and glazed to an Off-White finish. Available in two sizes, these charming objets d'art will sit happily on a shelf or console table.

  • Globe Artichoke (2 pieces)
    Globe Artichoke (2 pieces)

    We normally get these from the Mediterranean, where they blossom in abundance. This year, we've found a British grower - Clive Martin who farms in the Cambridgeshire fens. He converted his family farm to organic back in 2006 and this is his first organic harvest. Country of Origin - UK/Italy Class - Minimum Class 2

    £3.70
    abelandcole.co.uk
  • Globe Artichoke (globe artichoke)
    Globe Artichoke (globe artichoke)

    Position: full sun Soil: fertile, moist but well-drained Hardiness: frost hardy (may need winter protection) Worth growing for both their statuesque appearance as well as their flowerheads, which if picked and cooked before the flowers emerge, are delicious when drizzled with butter. Impressive and decorative perennials, they look wonderful in the border, adding height and structure. If grown purely as a vegetable, they should be replaced (or take basal cuttings) every three years to...

  • Globe Artichoke Waitrose
    Globe Artichoke Waitrose

    3.2 out of 5 (9) Rating snapshot (9 reviews) Close 5 stars 4 4 stars 1 3 stars 0 2 stars 1 1 stars 3 5 out of 9 customers would recommend this product to a friend. Read all 9 reviews Pin It Buy any 2 for £3 - Buy any 2 for £3. Order by 15/7/2014, offer subject to availability. Maximum 20 promotional items per customer. 4 days guaranteed (avg. 5) (avg. 5)*

    £20.00
    ocado.com
  • Globe Artichoke, CANVAS by LIZ Alderdice
    Globe Artichoke, CANVAS by LIZ Alderdice

    The globe artichoke (Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus) is a perennial thistle of the genus Cynara originating in Southern Europe around the Mediterranean. This photograph was taken in the grounds of Haddo House, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Texture layers have been added.

    £110.34
    photo4me.com
  • Globe Artichoke, Jacques Le Moyne
    Globe Artichoke, Jacques Le Moyne

    This beautiful watercolour painting of a Globe Artichoke is one of a set of drawings from a nature album by French artist Jacques Le Moyne (1533 - 1588). Watercolour and bodycolour, 1585. Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues was a specialist draughtsman of flowers and natural history. He sailed to Florida with Laudonnière's expedition in 1564-65 as cartographer and artist; Le Moyne's drawings, some of the earliest images of European colonisation in the New World, were used by Theodor de Bry to illustrate...

  • artichoke 'Purple Globe' purple globe artichoke
    artichoke 'Purple Globe' purple globe artichoke

    artichoke 'Purple Globe' purple globe artichoke approx 50 seeds £1.99 + - within 3 days (exc weekends) Position: full sunSoil: humus-rich, moisture retentive soil A large and striking perennial vegetable with silvery-green deeply toothed leaves that's good-looking enough to grow in the ornamental garden. The deep purple flower buds are cut from summer onwards, with each plant producing up to 10 artichokes a season. The plant stays productive for many years given a free-drained soil and...

  • Globe Artichoke, Large
    Globe Artichoke, Large

    A large decorative artichoke made from pottery and glazed to an Off-White finish. Available in two sizes, these charming objets d'art will sit happily on a shelf or console table.

  • Globe Artichoke
    Globe Artichoke

    Wash, trim & boil until tender,serve with Hollandaise sauce. Please note that whilst we take every care to ensure the product information displayed on our website is correct, product recipes are regularly changed and this may affect nutrition and allergen information therefore you should always check product labels and not rely solely on the information presented here. If you require specific advice on any Waitrose branded product, please contact Customer Support on 0800 188884 or email customersupport...

  • Globe Artichoke 'Green Globe Improved' F1 Hybrid
    Globe Artichoke 'Green Globe Improved' F1 Hybrid

    Globe Artichoke 'Green Globe Improved' bears larger, heavier, and more consistent quality globe-shaped heads. The characteristic sharp spines have been greatly reduced in this improved variety. The astonishingly tasty hearts make a supreme delicacy when pickled, and the base of the leaves can be eaten too. This majestic perennial vegetable makes an attractive addition to any vegetable plot. It is ideal for the flower garden too, attracting bees to its thistle like flowers when left unharvested. Height...

    £2.99
    radiotimes.com
  • Artichoke Green Globe Seeds
    Artichoke Green Globe Seeds

    Thick flashy scales on relatively compact plants. Attractive plants, can be grown in the flower garden. Good source of vitamin C, folate and fibre.

  • Artichoke - Violet Globe - 22 Seeds
    Artichoke - Violet Globe - 22 Seeds

    The seed is planted from February in the greenhouse and then planted out in early summer. They can also be planted out directly in Spring.

    £0.89
    justseed.com
  • Artichoke - Violet Globe Seeds
    Artichoke - Violet Globe Seeds

    Artichoke ‘Violet Globe’ produces abundant yields of tender and flavourful purple heads year after year, similar to many Artichokes but with a finer flavour. Sow your Artichoke ‘Violet Globe’ seeds under glass or using a Windowsill Plant Propagator February-April. Transplant in June to crop autumn and the following May/June. Sow direct in March/April for cropping the following year. Artichoke ‘Violet Globe’ is beautiful perennial to include in the border and is delicious too! Delivered Delivery Within...

    £1.95
    marshalls-seeds.co.uk
  • Artichoke Green Globe
    Artichoke Green Globe

    A perennial with green flowers that are harvested as vegetables before they open out. A true delicacy! If not harvested on time the flowers produced are attractive. Sow in a greenhouse in a seedbed or preferably in pots in order to avoid damage to the tap root as much as possible. Remove the spiniest plants in order to cultivate only the strongest and most attractive plants. Requires considerable fertilisation. Is not completely winter hardy, therefore cover in winter with, for example, straw.

    £0.95
    seeds4garden.com
  • Artichoke Green Globe (VAR40)
    Artichoke Green Globe (VAR40)

    The standard green-headed variety, reaching up to 170cm in height. Attractive large blue thistle-like flower heads if allowed to flower.

    £2.65
    molesseeds.co.uk
  • Artichoke Plant 'Green Globe
    Artichoke Plant 'Green Globe

    Recommended by the RHS to be an excellent attractant and nectar source for bees and other beneficial insects if allowed to 'go over' and flower (so if you have room leave any plants in that have gone too far rather than pulling them out straight away).

    £1.95
    victoriananursery.co.uk
  • Artichoke Seeds - Purple Globe
    Artichoke Seeds - Purple Globe

    Attactive and delicious! Abundant yields of dark green globes, flushed with purple. Flavoursome leaves and heart. A light harvest can be achieved in the first year. Culture: Full growing instructions given on packet. Sow February-March; harvest July-November. Grow as an annual or perennial for several years of cropping.

  • Cynara (Globe Artichoke) 50ml Bioforce
    Cynara (Globe Artichoke) 50ml Bioforce

    Cynara scolymus (Globe Artichoke) is probably best known for its edible ‘heart’ - the mass of immature florets in the centre of the bud that is called the choke or beard. Cynara can still be found in the wild in some parts of the world such as North Africa. From around the 9th Century cynara was cultivated in Naples and can now be found in many other parts of the world. In the 16th Century, the Dutch introduced cynara to the English who gave it the name artichoke. Nowadays the cultivation of cynara...

    £9.15
    helios.co.uk
  • Cynara scolymus tincture (Globe Artichoke)
    Cynara scolymus tincture (Globe Artichoke)

    Cynara can still be found in the wild in some parts of the world such as North Africa. From around the 9th Century cynara was cultivated in Naples and can now be found in many other parts of the world. In the 16th Century, the Dutch introduced cynara to the English who gave it the name artichoke. Nowadays the cultivation of cynara is concentrated mainly in countries round the Mediterranean. Cynara scolymus (Globe Artichoke) is probably best known for its edible ‘heart’ - the mass of immature florets...

    £9.17
    seeknatural.co.uk
  • Globe Artichoke ~ Arad ~ Purple (Early May)
    Globe Artichoke ~ Arad ~ Purple (Early May)

    A purple-green variety with tender flesh and a sweet flavour; excellent eating quality; almost spineless; uniform oval-shaped globes, typically 10cm in diameter.

    £1.95
    organicplants.co.uk
  • Artichoke - Green Globe Seeds
    Artichoke - Green Globe Seeds

    Artichoke 'Green Globe' seeds produce crops that are a great delicacy, steamed or boiled and served with melted lemon butter or hollandaise sauce. This reliable heritage variety produces wonderfully flavoured crops that can be harvested small for baby Artichoke or left to mature. Sow your Artichoke ‘Green Globe’ seeds under glass or use a Windowsill Plant Propagator in February-April. Transplant in June to crop autumn and the following May/June. Sow direct in March for cropping the following year...

    £2.25
    marshalls-seeds.co.uk
  • Artichoke Plants - Purple Globe
    Artichoke Plants - Purple Globe

    Soil Preparation - Vegetable plants require a well drained soil in a sunny position that has ideally been dug in the autumn. Prior to planting lightly fork over the area removing any weeds that have grown, and break down any large lumps. Apply a general fertiliser such as Growmore and rake into the surface. During the growing period keep the plants well watered in dry spells and keep weeds under control.

  • Globe Artichoke Capsules, Organic 60 Veg Caps
    Globe Artichoke Capsules, Organic 60 Veg Caps

    Artichokes' have high fibre content, a bonus for your digestive tract. Artichokes are also a good source of folic acid and are also known to support liver health. Globe artichoke is also rich in B-complex group of vitamins such as niacin, vitamin B-6, and thiamin that are essential for optimum cellular metabolic functions.

  • Cynara Green Globe (Artichoke Green Globe)
    Cynara Green Globe (Artichoke Green Globe)

    Best known of all artichokes.    Grey/green leaves with large purple flowers.  Height approximately 36" The flower heads can be eaten.  Boil in lightly salted water and serve with melted butter or a vinaigrette.  1 litre pot

    £5.00
    laurelfarmherbs.co.uk
  • Artichoke, Globe (Cynara cardunculus (scolymus group) 'Vert Globe')
    Artichoke, Globe (Cynara cardunculus (scolymus group) 'Vert Globe')

    Tall and impressively ornamental , this plant requires quite a bit of space! Much sort after as an attractive addition to both flower and vegetable gardens. Large silvery, serrated leaves with thistle-like flowers. For culinary purposes, harvest the flower head before the buds open

    £1.99
    homescentherbs.co.uk
  • HealthAid Artichoke 8350mg - 60 Tablets
    HealthAid Artichoke 8350mg - 60 Tablets

    Formulated using the best quality standardised extract and powder mix to give optimum benefit HealthAid globe Artichoke leaf is rich in Cynarin, the natural nutrient thought to help maintain a healthy liver and digestive system Artichoke is also useful in maintaining a healthy heart, cholesterol and blood circulation to legs and feet, and was used in food as an aphrodisiac

  • How to Grow Beans, Peas, Asparagus, Artichokes and Other Shoots: Growing Legumes and Edible Shoots, Including Celery, Celeriac, Globe Artichokes and Saekale, with 250 Colour Photographs
    How to Grow Beans, Peas, Asparagus, Artichokes and Other Shoots: Growing Legumes and Edible Shoots, Including Celery, Celeriac, Globe Artichokes and Saekale, with 250 Colour Photographs

    A must for the novice grower, this book also provides reliable information for the experienced gardener who wants to experiment with new varieties. The main types of...