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Chives — 24 Comments

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  3. Tandy, one of the herbs we don’t grow – I must talk to Pete about planting some. Thanks for all the info! 🙂

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    • It is so easy to plant and needs very little looking after 🙂

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  4. Hi Tandy, a lovely post and a great reminder about a fab herb. I also love chives for the simple reason that year on year they survive in the garden with little or no attention from me!

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    • me too! Mine just go the distance 🙂

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  5. I adore chives! I grow them in my garden every year,…bunches of them! 🙂

    Your writing is so cool! 🙂

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    • I love the pretty flowers the most 🙂

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  6. Every week you make me crave whatever you’re writing about!

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    • that is a great compliment 🙂

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  7. And bees love them, even out here on the frozen tundra they come back every year, they are my first purple flowers!! c

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    • oh, I did not know that! I will watch out for the bees 🙂

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  8. I agree, I never knew they grew flowers like that, how wonderful! I voted for ya! Good Luck!

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    • thanks for the vote Jen 🙂

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  9. I agree, I never knew they grew flowers like that, how wonderful!

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    • I use the flowers in salads 🙂

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  10. Love chives, always one of the herbs that I have growing in the garden.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • me too, but the one I use the least somehow 🙂

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  11. I used to grow chives in my rose bed, as I had read that it keep the aphids away. Love to use them in cooking too. 😉

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    • I know that Rue keeps the aphids away but at least chives are useful 🙂

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  12. As I look at the snow outside, salads with chives seem a long way away. Nice post.

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    • thanks Roger – at least you know the snow won’t last 🙂

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  13. Thanks for such a wonderful read. I love chives, but never really thought about where they come from or how they grow. I love having a new appreciation for things I use daily

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    • me too, it makes using my herbs more exciting 🙂

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