Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners is a citizen science program







Browse Varieties
Your search for 'globe' returned the following 13 results:

(Click on the variety name to add a review of, or view reviews, ratings and seed sources of the variety)
Violetto
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
85
  Purple Italian artichoke. Hardier than 'Green Globe'. Plants produce deep purple sepals and smallish, oval, slightly elongated chokes. Also known as 'Violetta'.
Green Globe
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(3.2 Stars) Overall Average 3.25
4 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Standard variety with sharp spines gently reduced and larger, heavier, consistent-quality, globe shaped heads. Also known as Vert Globe.
Emerald
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(3.0 Stars) Overall Average 3
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
180 - 360
  Hybrid. Plants up to 5 feet tall bear large, globe-shaped, thornless, glossy heads over long harvest period. Tolerates both hot and cold conditions better than most artichoke varieties.
Imperial Star
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(2.8 Stars) Overall Average 2.8333333333333335
6 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
80 - 120
  Grows 3- to 4-feet tall and bears 3 to 8, 4-inch-diameter buds. Can tolerate light but not hard frost.
Peto
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
98
  Dark green. Use for main crop. Yellows tolerant. Maturity 98 days from transplant.
Purple Romagna
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Italian heirloom. Plants produce large, round, purple flowerheads. Also known as 'Purple of Romagna'.
Green Globe Improved
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Similar to 'Green Globe' but plants are shorter, more productive and bear higher percentage marketable chokes.
Grosso Romanesco
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
100
  Plants with rich purple color produce large, round chokes. Also known as 'Big Romanesco'.
Northern Star
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
300
  Hardy 'Green Globe' type artichoke bred to overwinter for spring harvest northern locations. Planted in May or June, it is said to withstand subzero temperatures for harvest the following April through June, but your mileage may vary.
Purple Italian Globe
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
120
  Open pollinated variety from Italy. Plants produce large, tender heads and are more tolerant to both heat and cold than standard green globe.
Gros Vert de Laon
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Mid- to late-season French variety. Silvery-leaved, 3-foot-tall plants produce large-hearted chokes.
Tavor Imperial Star
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Hybrid. A sturdy bush that produces 8-10 chokes per plant. Large, blue flowers will develop after globes mature.
Colorado Star
Artichoke - Globe
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
75
  Cynara scolymus. Open pollinated. Early maturing purple annual. The 1-3' tall plants vary from upright to prostrate, but all produce high yields of purple to green-purple buds. Typically 1-3 primary buds are produced that are 2 1/2-3 1/2" in diameter followed by 5-7 secondary buds ranging from 1 1/2-2 1/2" diameter. Developed by Keith Mayberry - the same breeder of Imperial Star. Perennial in Zone 7 and warmer, otherwise treat as an annual. Note: Amount of purpling may vary from plant to plant - some buds will be all purple, while others only show purple-tinged bracts. About 75 days to maturity.
 
Not finding what you are looking for? Add A Variety


Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners is a citizen science program, © 2004-2019, All Rights Reserved
Cornell Garden Based Learning, Cornell University College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, Horticulture Section