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Herbs - Chives Seeds

Chives are a member of the Allium family, and are closely related to onions, leeks, and garlic, however they are smaller and more mild than their cousins. It is a basic plant of the herb garden, and it is the greens that are used instead of the bulb. The hollow, needle shaped leaves can be clipped from time to time, and then finely chopped into various dishes like omelets, fish, soups, etc, giving them a mild onion-like flavor. The plant continually grows new leaves, so they can be clipped from time to time as needed for cooking. If you like garlic, then you might want to try Garlic Chives, which carries that flavor. The round pink flowers can be dried down and used in dried flower arrangements as well.
  • Common Chives Seeds Open Pollinated Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Garlic Chives Seeds Open Pollinated Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
Chives are a member of the Allium family, and are closely related to onions, leeks, and garlic, however they are smaller and more mild than their cousins. It is a basic plant of the herb garden, and it is the greens that are used instead of the bulb. The hollow, needle shaped leaves can be clipped from time to time, and then finely chopped into various dishes like omelets, fish, soups, etc, giving them a mild onion-like flavor. The plant continually grows new leaves, so they can be clipped from time to time as needed for cooking. If you like garlic, then you might want to try Garlic Chives, which carries that flavor. The round pink flowers can be dried down and used in dried flower arrangements as well.