Globe artichoke ‘Purple of Romagna’
Cynara cardunculus ‘Scolymus Group’ ‘Purple of Romagna’ is a dramatic perennial plant grown for its edible immature flowerheads, which are produced from July onwards. It’s also highly ornamental, bearing striking silvery, thistle-like foliage and tall flower stems topped by fat thistle buds. If not harvested, these open into large purple thistle flowers which attract masses of bees. The dead flowerheads can be left on the plants to provide additional interest in winter Globe artichoke Purple of Romagna
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