Chives | Garlic Chives
Chives seeds key features
Flavourful and versatile chives seeds for your herb garden
Chives packaging solutions:
Chives | Garlic Chives
7350 00309 1035
Material and contents specification
120 Seeds (100% Pure Live Seeds) Non-Gmo
10cm x 20cm
approx. 10 grams
360 pcs︱1 EUR-pallet. (120 cm x 80 cm x 215 cm).
Vegetable seed mixes
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When to plant chives seeds fabric?
Where to plant chives seeds fabric?
How to plant cabbage seeds fabric?
- Prepare the soil: Chives thrive in well-draining soil. If you’re planting in a garden bed, loosen the soil to a depth of about 6-8 inches. If you’re using a pot, fill it with a high-quality potting mix.
- Sow the seeds: Place the chives seeds fabric over the prepared soil. Start at one end and unroll it across the area you want to cover.
- Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist until the seeds germinate. Water the soil gently, ensuring that it doesn’t become waterlogged. Once the chive plants are established, they are relatively drought-tolerant.
- Germination: Chive seeds typically germinate in 7-14 days. Be patient during this period and keep the soil consistently moist. Once the seedlings emerge, thin them if needed, leaving the strongest plants with adequate spacing.
- Care and maintenance: Provide regular watering, keeping the soil evenly moist. Mulching around the plants can help retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilise the cabbage plants with a balanced fertiliser according to the package instructions. Monitor for pests and diseases, and take appropriate measures if necessary.
- Harvesting: Harvest cabbage heads when they reach the desired size and firmness. Cut the heads off at the base, leaving a few outer leaves intact to protect the inner leaves.
How to harvest chives ?
- Wait for Adequate Growth: Allow the chive plants to reach a height of at least 6 inches before you start harvesting. This ensures that the plants are established and can continue to grow after harvesting.
- Choose the Right Time:The best time to harvest chives is in the morning when the essential oils that contribute to their flavor are most concentrated. However, you can harvest them at any time once they’ve reached the desired height.
- Use Clean Tools:Before harvesting, make sure your scissors or pruning shears are clean and sharp. This helps prevent the introduction of diseases to the plants.
- Cut Above the Soil: When harvesting chives, use scissors or shears to cut the leaves about 1-2 inches above the soil level. This allows the plant to recover and continue producing new growth.
- Leave Some Growth: Always leave at least 2 inches of growth on the plant after harvesting. This ensures that the chives can regrow and continue to thrive. Avoid cutting the leaves too close to the base.
- Harvesting Frequency: You can harvest chives throughout the growing season. As a general guideline, you can harvest about one-third of the plant at a time. This allows the remaining foliage to support the plant’s growth.
- Encourage New Growth: Regular harvesting encourages the production of new shoots, leading to a fuller and bushier chive plant. Don’t be afraid to trim the plants regularly during the growing season.
- Use Harvested Chives Fresh: Chives are best used fresh. After harvesting, wash the leaves thoroughly and use them immediately in your recipes. The flavour of fresh chives is more vibrant compared to dried ones.
- Flower Buds: If your chives produce flower buds, you can harvest them as well. The flower buds are edible and have a mild onion flavor. However, removing the buds promptly may encourage the plant to focus on leaf production.
Chives patch are biodegradable and contain no harmful chemicals.
How to grow veggies all year round?
Growing veggies all year round requires careful planning and consideration of various factors but can grow vegetables indoors including lettuces, arugula, spinach, kale, carrots, radishes, beet greens, tomatoes and more. Here are some tips to help you achieve year-round vegetable gardening.