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How to Harvest Artichokes.?

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1. Artichokes starts that are set out in the garden in late spring will offer buds that are ready to be harvested in mid-summer. 2. Look for buds that are full, with leaves that are still compact and tight against the bud. 3. Squeeze the artichoke
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Artichokes are in season March through May.
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