Collection: Bulk Chives Seeds

The chive, a cool-season, cold-tolerant herb, is a small perennial plant related to the onion. Grown for their flavorful leaves and attractive purple flowers, chives are best planted during early spring in rich and moist, yet well-draining soil with a temperature of at least 60ºF. Chive leaves, fresh or dried, make a great seasoning for eggs, soups, and potatoes. While the herb’s purple flowers add some nice color to your garden, it’s best to pick them off as they bloom to prevent their spreading seeds from taking over your garden – not to mention they’re onion-scented and edible, making them a great way to add a pop of color to any dish.

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