Origin of cardoon
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The artichoke offers fewer varieties, which bears out the opinion that it is a form derived from the cardoon.Origin of Cultivated Plants|Alphonse De Candolle
The cardoon is a thistle-like plant, very similar in appearance to the Globe artichoke, but is grown as an annual.The Vegetable Garden|Anonymous
The nest is usually built in a cardoon thistle, two or three feet above the ground, and is made of dry grass.
Sometimes they breed on the open plain in a large cardoon thistle, but a thick bush or low tree is preferred.
The nest was in a cardoon bush, and contained five eggs—two of the Yellow-breast and three parasitical.