Vegetables Jerusalem Artichokes Stampede

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Organic Jerusalem Artichoke Tubers

Product ID: 511

A unique market offering, Jerusalem Artichokes are also known as Sunchokes.

A high-yielding, carefree crop for additional winter sales. This extra-early strain produces large, white, potato-like tubers often weighing over 1/2 lb. each. They store well and can be eaten raw or cooked. The tall, 6-8', plants with bright yellow blooms make an attractive windbreak, helping to prevent soil erosion. Flowers in July and matures over a month before common varieties. Winter hardy in severe cold. Perennial in Zones 3-8. Organically grown at Johnny's. Organically grown.

Details

Size
Price
 
Quantity
Availability

1.5 Pounds

$24.72
Backordered until 10/05

4 Pounds

$43.92
Backordered until 10/05

10 Pounds

$103.50
Backordered until 10/05

50 Pounds

$464.50
Backordered until 10/05
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Additional Information

  • This product does not ship to Canada.
  • This product does not ship to the following states: AA, AE, AP, AS, DC, FM, GU, MH, MP, PR, PW, VI.

This item’s size, weight, or shape requires an additional shipping surcharge based on the shipping location selected. Specific charges will be displayed during checkout.

Tubers ship in October for fall planting.

Shipments to Canada require a phytosanitary certificate, which includes a $125.00 fee. Rates subject to change.
At harvest, Jerusalem artichoke tubers are high in inulin, a type of carbohydrate with a very low glycemic load that makes them suitable for individuals with insulin-resistance, such as diabetics, and dieters. The inulin is converted gradually into fructose while the tubers remain in storage, however, at which point the glycemic load of the tuber is more like that of a potato.
CULTURE: As soon as possible after seed pieces are received, break or cut tubers into one- or two-eye pieces of approximately 1-2 oz. each (about 1 1/2" diameter). Plant pieces 4" deep and 12-18" apart in rows 18-36" apart. Do not allow seed pieces to dry out before planting. If you cannot plant them right away, store the tubers in a cool place 34°F (1.1°C). Plants grow best in light or sandy soil, but will also grow in clay soil if organic matter is added. Choose a permanent location as Jerusalem Artichokes are difficult to eliminate once established.
HARVEST: Tubers may be harvested from late summer through late fall. It is best to harvest tubers after several frosts as this improves their flavor.
STORAGE: For later consumption: Tubers may be frozen, refrigerated in perforated plastic bags, or stored in a root cellar in perforated plastic bags or slightly vented containers. Keep tubers damp to prevent shriveling. The next crop can be planted from harvested tubers or leave some in the ground to grow again. For seed stock: Keep tubers in a bucket of damp soil in a basement or other cool, damp space. Do not freeze.
SEED SPECS: One lb. of seed pieces (avg. 12 pieces) will plant 12-18'.

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Quick Facts

Latin Name
Helianthus tuberosus
Days To Maturity
Average number of days from seeding date until ready for harvest.
90 Days
Life Cycle
Plants are either Annuals (single growing season), Perennials (grows year after year), or Biennials (require two years to mature).
Annual
Hybrid Status
Hybrid: The offspring of a cross between two or more distinct parent lines, usually of same species, and selected for improved traits. Open-pollinated: A non-hybrid variety that can reproduce itself in kind, demonstrating relatively stable traits from one generation to the next.
Open Pollinated
Product Features
Use for Cut Flowers and Bouquets Use for Cut Flowers and Bouquets
Good variety to choose for fresh cut Flowers displays.
Cold Tolerant Cold Tolerant
Organic Seeds, Plants, and Supplies Organic Seeds, Plants, and Supplies
Plants, or seeds harvested from plants, that have been grown without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, strictly adhering to the USDA's National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) organic gardening practices are designated as Organic. For supplies, such as fertilizers and pest and disease controls, the OG symbol identifies products that meet the USDA's National Organic Program (NOP) rules according to a third-party authority such as OMRI, WSDA, and/or a local authority such as MOFGA or NOFA.
Organic Seeds, Plants, and Supplies Cold Tolerant Use for Cut Flowers and Bouquets