Garlic Chive Seeds

5 reviews

Chives don’t like to buried too deep, so make sure they’re only just covered when planting and ensure they’ve got enough water! These chives can take up to 2 weeks to germinate so be patient! They can be grown for years however; the plants may begin flowering in the second year.

Harvesting; these can be eaten from any age, however, if you let the plant mature before picking them, you’ll be able to harvest more for longer! Frequent harvesting encourages plant growth - so once your plant has grown to a reasonable size you can enjoy generous harvests while also helping your plant!

Add chives as a garnish to any savoury dish or cook them up in a stir fry for a milder garlic flavour!

Quantity of seeds ~65
Planting Depth 5 mm
Plant height 50 cm
Days to Maturity 60-90
Lifespan Perennial
Tips Scatter seeds in the growing pot and be patient - these seeds can take up to 2 weeks to germinate!
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    27/08/2019
    Alex

    Be aware of the smell

    So far, so good I planted them 6 days ago, they did not sprout yet, but I know eventually they will. How do I know that? For the past 3 days, I have noticed a very strong onion smell in my garden area, I put my nose in the square with these seeds, I can confirm it comes from here. So yeah definitely a 5 out of 5 product, but something you may want to know before you grow them.

    AS
    19/03/2019
    Alene S.

    Tasty

    Worked great with potato spuds

    EA
    04/01/2019
    Emelina A.

    Really long

    Was really surprised at how long these grew. They were at least a foot long

    DW
    18/12/2018
    D W.

    Grows great

    Grows really well, easy to do, tastes amazing! Everything I was expecting and more

    BR
    12/01/2018
    Bessie R.

    Planted them in clumps

    I planted about 30 seeds within the space of a thumb print, they worked really well and supported each other throughout their growth