Chives: the baby of the onion family
Chives are the baby of the onion family and have a fresh, mild onion flavour. Chives are a refined seasoning and delicious in salads, scrambled eggs, stews, soups and sauces. Chives are a very simple plant to grow and are both a delicious and versatile herb that can be harvested six weeks after sowing.
Chives are a delicious and versatile herb
Chives are a delicious and versatile herb that can be grown in a pot in the garden, indoors or on a windowsill. Chives can be placed both in the sun or in partial shade and its pink or lilac flowers attract butterflies and can be harvested continuously from spring to the end of the summer. Chives are hardy and combine well with other herbs such as parsley, chervil, basil and cherry tomatoes. Growing chives is very simple, making chives a fun plant for beginners to grow and eat.