Chives make a great addition to the herb garden, both for their onion-tasting leaves and pretty blossoms. Find out how to care for chive plants and get tips on using them in the landscape as companions for other garden plants with the information found in the following articles. No herb garden is ever complete without these lovely, carefree plants.
If you are planning a kitchen garden and wondering what to grow near chives, wonder no more. There are a host of perfect chive plant companions for texture, color, and flavor. Use the information and suggestions in this article to help get started.
Chives make a great addition to the garden, both for their onion-tasting leaves and pretty blossoms. The question is, when and how to harvest chives. Click this article to find out more information regarding the harvesting and storing of chives.
We cultivate our chives in amongst our herb bed, but did you know that wild chives are one of the most common and easy to identify wild growing plants? What are wild chives and are wild chives edible? Click here to find out.
A problem with growing chive plants is that they?re not always well behaved. They can escape their boundaries and pop up in places where you don?t want them - including your well-tended lawn. Read this article for helpful tips for controlling chives.
Chives (Allium schoenoprasum) make a wonderful addition to the herb garden. Chive seed planting is the most common method of propagation. So, how do you grow chives from seed? Read this article to find out so you can get started.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Growing chives indoors make perfect sense so that you may have them near the kitchen. Read this article to learn more about how to grow chives indoors so you can have easy access to the plant year round.