Long-lasting, perennial herb
Can be harvested all summer long
Pom-pom-shaped, lavender flowers
Pleasant, mild, onion-like flavor
Ideal for edible landscapes
Chives are a must-have herb that are as pretty as they are flavorful–and they’re a favorite of pollinators. A relative of the onion, this long-lasting, perennial herb has edible cylindrical, hollow leaves and lavender, pom-pom-shaped flowers that bloom in early summer. The leaves can be harvested all summer long. Chives are ideal for planting in herb gardens, the vegetable garden, containers or the edible landscape. Many home cooks love to grow them near a door so it’s easy to walk outdoors and snip a few leaves to flavor potatoes, eggs, soups, sauces and salads. The leaves have a pleasant, mild onion flavor. 80-90 DAYS
Allium schoenoprasum Herb
Depth:Plant seeds 1/4 inch deep. Place plants at the same level as they were in the pot.
Light Required:Full Sun
Pollinator:Attracts honey bees and wild bees.
Yield:Leaves continue to grow and return after harvest through the summer.
Color:Green leaves with lavender flowers.
Fruit:Cylindrical, hollow leaves, and lavender flowers, are both edible and add a pleasantly mild onion flavor. Best when used fresh, because heat destroys their flavor. As soon as leaves are big enough to cut, they can be harvested, and they will continue to g
Days To Maturity:80-90 Days
Soil Requirements:Dry Soil
Seed Count:250 Seed Packet
Pruning:Pruning is not necessary.
Foliage:Long, cylindrical, hollow leaves.