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Chives, Fine Leaved
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Chives are herbaceous, clump-forming perennials. They are the smallest species of the onion family. They grow from 30 to 50 cm tall.

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Fine Leaved Chive Seeds

Chives are herbaceous, clump-forming perennials. They are the smallest species of the onion family. They grow from 30 to 50 cm tall. The bulbs are conical in shape measuring 2 to 3 cm long and 1 cm wide. They grow as clustered from the roots versus growing individually.


The leaves are hollow tubular almost grass-like in shape and grow, up to 50 cm long, and 2 to 3 mm in diameter. The leaves are used as garnish and flavoring in salads, dips and soups due to its mild onion flavor. The mauve colored flowers are also edible and make a very pretty addition to the vegetable garden.

Seeds Per Pack

We stock these seeds in packs of 150 seeds (approx).

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Natalie Potter
January 07th, 2015
Great variety. They just keep coming and coming. Keep up the good work guys.
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