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Chives (Allium schoenoprasum) is an easy-to-grow, grass-like perennial herb in the same family as onion and garlic. It has a mild onion flavor that tastes great in salads or as a soup garnish. The attractive edible purple flowers also make it an interesting garden plant and garnish. Chives attracts bees and other pollinators at the same time it seems to repel other insects
Additional features: Edible, Perennial, and Herbaceous

Size: Can reach up to 10" - 15" inches tall

Light: Full sun to light shade

Water & Soil: Grows in loamy and sandy soil. With slightly acidic to neutral soil. Chives are a drought-tolerant species once established. That doesn't mean you should neglect to water them during hot, dry weather

Care & Harvest: You can harvest at any time, but be aware that old growth can be tougher and not quite as flavorful. New plants should be harvested four or five times in their first year. Mature plants should be harvested monthly.

Very easy to grow in virtually any location. Plant in a reliably sunny spot. Best in fertile, well-drained soil. Tolerates drought, but looks best with regular watering. Harvest foliage as needed.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: Zone 3 - 9

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Perennial herbs can be planted anytime from spring through fall. Plant annual herbs in the spring.

Herbs are ideal for containers. Pots can be brought indoors for the winter and placed near a sunny window for a continuous harvest year-round.

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