Growing Artichokes (Globe)

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01 Jan 21 Dani (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
Must the artichoke plants be covered or cut down in winter, we are in Kempton Park, Gauteng and we do have frost in winter I have 30 plants about 500mm tall and will be trans -planting 40 more seedlings grown from seed in approx 10 days. Regards Dani Pera.
05 Jan 21 Anon (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
Read the notes here, harvest 42-57 weeks, so chopping them down or covering them would probably kill them.
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