Growing Artichokes Organically

This vegetable, whether cultivated organically or commercially, is native to the South Mediterranean, where the climate is calm and gentle. As a result, growing antichokes organically will yield the same results in terms of healthy growth.

Growing Artichokes Organically

You should be aware that this plant is quickly damaged if grown at temperatures below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, thus those produced abroad should be grown on an annual basis where the germination process can begin late in winter indoors in a warm section of the home under white light. When the temperature rises over 20 degrees Fahrenheit in the spring, it may be transplanted into your kitchen garden.

Artichokes Grown Organically in a Variety of Ways

There are two varieties of artichokes that can be grown organically:

  •  Green artichokes – the imperial star and green globe are examples of this type.
  •  Purple artichokes – this category comprises violetta, heritage, and quick growing opera hybrid artichokes

The Artichokes plant is being planted.

Begin growing artichokes naturally indoors in big germination trays in a warm area of the house with white light. Within a week, the seeds should germinate and be transferred to bigger growth pots. When the weather is perfect outside in late April and the frost is completely gone, it may be transferred back to the garden for the real growth process.

The real technique of growing  Artichokes

After a month of growth, you’d need to shower the plants with high nitrogen fertilizers to shake it into the actual growing. The old tops should be removed, and new ones should appear. When the elder leaves begin to wilt and fall off, collect them and place them in your compost bin.

Artichokes Harvesting and Storage

When it gets to late summer, look for flowers that are erect and have artichokes blossom buds. Cut about two inches lower from the stem with a sharp knife. You’d need to chill them right away, then when it’s time to cook, you’d need to wash the well. Before withering off with tiny buds, they usually produce another crop.

If you wish to save them for later use, you may wash and freeze them whole. When you’re ready to eat them again, steam them and wash them before cutting them in half.

This is how I would cultivate artichokes naturally in order to prepare a great and nutritious artichokes supper.

Learn to grow other vegetables and herbs organically here at Organic Gardening



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