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Cynara is a genus of 11 thistle-like, clumping, perennial plants often grown for their large architectural flowers and edible parts. They originate from the Mediterranean, Middle East, Northwestern Africa and the Canary Islands. Foliage is silvery grey-green and divided and spherical flowers are produced either singly or in corymbs.
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Grown for their large heads of flowers and vegetables.