Garlic chives are graceful herbs with pretty white flowers. The combination of a chive-like appearance and strong garlic flavor makes garlic chives a popular seasoning. Chopped fresh garlic chives are found in recipes for Chinese dishes including stir-fries, and they are used in Japanese cuisine as well. With their white flowers, long green shoots, and lack of a bulb, garlic chives (Allium tuberosum) bear a strong resemblance to regular chives. That’s not surprising since both are members of the onion family. However, while the standard chive has a mild flavor similar to onions, Chinese garlic chives are known for their strong “garlicky” flavor. Besides finding them in the supermarket, you can grow garlic chives in your garden or a container herb garden.
- Garlic chives prefer full sun but will also grow in part shade. Give this plant average, dry to medium soil that is rich and well-draining . While the plants are drought-tolerant, they do thrive in moist soil. Water as needed
- Harvest young leaves anytime and pick edible flowers shortly after they open. To harvest, cut leaves down to the soil line using scissors or kitchen shears.
- Each Packet Contains 10 GMs Seeds .
- Can be grown in Indian climate/weather conditions
- Best Suitable for Terrace Gardening, Grow bag Kitchen Gardening, Terrace Gardening and Roof Top Balcony Gardening
- Seeds are only for growing at Home Garden on in field , Should Not be consumed directly in any form
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