Organic Chive Seeds
Chives, what can't you do with chives! They are great grown in patio pots, planted in the garden, used as borders and companion planting. It is said that chives love carrots and improve their growth. Chives also can deter carrot flies, and planted under roses, will help control black spot. It can also make an excellent organic insecticide, control fungal infection, mildew and scab. What organic gardener can go without chives? Or what chef, for that matter?
Of course EVERYONE knows how to use chives in cooking, from fish to baked potatoes. It has so many uses, but did you know you can make a tasty vinegar out of the blossoms?
Don't forget to dry plenty of chives in the solar drier to give away at Christmas. People just love homemade organic herbs as gifts. It couldn't be easier!
Chives are also rich in vitamins A and C, contain trace amounts of sulfur, and are rich in calcium and iron.
Chive blossoms attract bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects to your garden.
My bag of seeds are not working out so well. Of the ones that are sprouting most got eaten by something I have not located yet