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Chives Flowering

Tuesday, 15 May 12 Storms 25°C / 77°F

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My chive patch is definitely more mature last year’s, and they’ll certainly be more abundant in the amount of flowers this season.

Pretty resilient planting I wrote off a few years ago, came back, and is now the single longest planting in my garden. A couple flowers have opened in the last day and the rest are getting ready to.


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Old Backyard garden

Day 865

Staro Chives

Allium schoenoprasum



  • Cherokee_Motley

    Cherokee_Motley wrote:

    Chives are incredibility resilient and yet they never take over. Do you plan on doing anything with the followers other then enjoy them for their beauty?

    Posted on 17 May 12 (almost 3 years ago)

  • WolfSilverOak

    WolfSilverOak wrote:

    The flowers are edible. People use them in salads.}:P

    Posted on 21 May 12 (almost 3 years ago)

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