How to plant artichoke in my garden?

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Not that hard
 
Artichokes are grown from offshoots, suckers, or seed. For best results, start with offshoots or suckers from a reputable nursery or garden center; artichoke plants grown from seed vary tremendously in quality. Artichokes need rich, well-drained soil that will hold moisture, and a position in full sunlight. When you're preparing the soil for planting, work in a low-nitrogen (5- 10-10) fertilizer at the rate of one pound per 100 square feet or 10 pounds per 1,000 square feet.
    Too much nitrogen will keep the plant from flowering. Space the offshoots or suckers three to four feet apart in rows four to five feet apart. 

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