Cardoon Seeds

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Cardoon (Cynara cardunculus) are most popular in Europe where they are added to many dishes, and are gaining popularity in the U.S. plants grow 42" tall and produce thick and fleshy white stalks that can be eaten when cooked. Roots can also be used in dishes like parsnips. Stalks look similar to artichokes and have a taste similar to a mild artichoke when cooked.

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Cardoon Seeds

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Sow seeds indoors in January in pots. Then thin out weak plants. Transplant seedlings after the final frost but when it is still cool. Using fertilizer helps growth significantly. Harvest after 60-75 days, leaving the base of the plant for the next season. Take leaves and thorns off and peel the stalks of their outside layer. Then fry, sautee, steam, or pickle the stalks. Plants can be kept in the ground for 6-7 years, and after multiple years plants grow up to 6-8".

Seeds Per Package:

  • 3 g - Approximately 50 Seeds
  • 1 oz - Approximately 500 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 2,000 Seeds
  • 1 lb Approximately 8,000 Seeds

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