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If winter is mild, like our winters usually are, some kales, cardoons, carrots and celery survive and then set seeds too.
Behind her home, Gouveia turned seven steeply sloped acres into a terraced demonstration farm featuring unusual edibles such as spineless nopales, pineapple guavas and cardoon (an artichoke cousin).
And what about kohlrabi, cardoon, pomelos, rambutan or cherimoya?
Though a little can go a long way, plants like bear's breeches (Acanthus mollis), native umbrella plant (Darmera peltata), Japanese aralia (Fatsia japonica) and cardoon (Cynara cardunculus) are good candidates placed in the back of a bed.
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Origin and Etymology of cardoon
First Known Use: 1611See Words from the same year
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