Growing Artichoke

Planting Artichokes with Pat Welsh

5 minute guide to growing artichokes. Have fun learning to plant artichokes with Pat Welsh. Southern California Gardening, California native plants, Organic Gardener, Organic Vegetable Gardening, Gardening Organic, Organic Gardening Books, Organic Gardening, Southern California Gardening, Mulch Garden, Organic Gardening Fertilizer, Organic Gardening Products, Organic Gardening Tips.

20 Comments

  1. corina1usa

    she’s too cool and thorough. She reminds me of mother.. mother was still digging holes [for trees] until she was 83 years old.. mom will become 90 in one month, but she no longer plants anything! Hats off to ya ‘ !!

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  2. jpynchon

    Chest002, that raised bed sounds large enough for three plants, barely. Two might be better. Healthy artichokes grow to a good six foot in diameter; if there is room in your garden for overhang, go for three.

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  3. ann perrin

    I was not sure if the pieces you chopped off from around the edge could be new plants? Or is it just suckers in Spring? I have three plants and not enough to rotate them. Was going to give some suckers to my son to plant in his garden.

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  4. Lightventures

    Nice video. Great choice of tools for a monster artichoke wrestler.

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  5. blueandmellow

    You’re my new favorite!!!

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  6. farmingbycactus

    I would never make her mad.

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  7. MrUncensorable

    Awesome thanks

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  8. xanos4225

    Roots Organics soil is the bomb diggity. You can grow some dank ass artichokes all summer long, dawg!

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  9. Uriah Smith

    Seabird guano. Interesting.

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  10. Jason Alexander

    a cool granny!

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  11. sugarTclown

    Lovely and thank you so much. Wish I could sit with you for a cup of tea!

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  12. VK workshop

    ohh … this lady is absolutely adorable =)

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  13. Brian Williamson

    best gardening video. Straight to the point. I love you grandmamama

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  14. Flowerhen

    Im trying to groe artichokes in maine. Ibougt imperial star, which are suppose to produce the first year. I read that they will ned to be kept under 50 degrees for the first 2 weeks before planting in the garden, or after transplanting. What do you think? Do you suppose it is possible here in Maine to grow them successfully ??

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  15. Epic125e

    I like this lady

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  16. bobyloco209

    Fabuloso

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  17. Jewel Ciappio

    Oh, I just adore this video! You remind me of my old agriculture teacher… But much friendlier. 🙂

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  18. Uriah Smith

    Yes, I grow in New Hampshire. I start in February. They won’t last the winter though so you grow them as annuals.

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  19. JoeyMrTurbo

    I think I just found my favorite video on YouTube. Please I beg! Keep

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  20. JoeyMrTurbo

    The videos coming!

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