Did you know some tomatoes can be trained to a stake and grown as a vine?

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Some tomatoes can be trained to a stake and grown as a vine. This requires some judicious pruning. We'll look at how to tell which ones can be vines and how to get their training started.

Artichokes are not a cash crop in Wisconsin, but you can grow them in your garden as a novelty or even as a beautiful flowering plant. It's even easier if you buy large potted plants that come with a bud set and all ready to grow. We'll talk about available varieties, starting from seed, and how many you'll harvest.

Broccoli is a "cole" crop that will produce throughout the season, not just during the "cold" weather in spring and fall. Harvest the first large head and side shoots will form spears all season long.

You can head to the Milwaukee County UW-Extension Horticulture page for more gardening information.

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