in June-July, she makes pinkish-purple flowers that you can eat.
should know before....
Each plant has different
characteristics. Try to take those into account when you determine the
best location for each plant in your vegetable garden. This way you'll
optimize the chances of survival of each plant, and you'll facilitate the
maintenance of your vegetable garden.
sun, but tolerates partial shade.
rustic - they even produce in the winter if they're planted in sheltered and
quite clear places.
Chives prefer a
fresh soil, well drained, light, and rich.
lightly but steadily (otherwise the leaves
Learn how to sow,
plant and multiply chives...
in a garden-frame
Sow chives in
place from March -> July, in line, not in square.
Divide chives in the spring,
every 3 years, to restore their vigor.
More information about chives
And when chives are growing
in your vegetable garden...
flowers of the chives before they produce
seed (otherwise the chives become bitter).
chives stems from late winter to early summer.
The chives stems can be used fresh, dried or