The broad, flat leaves of this versatile herb are perfect to use as ordinary chives, whilst its bulbs can be fried like an onion. The fragrant white flowers are capable of perfuming a whole room and can also be added into salads.
After the last frost, scatter the seeds widely over a well-prepared bed and cover thinly after which the seeds will germinate within two weeks. Thin the seedlings to 4-6 inches apart. Once established, chives form bulbs, which multiply and can be easily moved around the garden.
Common name:Allium tuberosum
Packet Content:200 (Approx)