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Tell me how to collect Garli Chive seeds ?

Discussion in 'Herbs' started by janetnjim, Jun 5, 2008.

  1. Aug 26, 2019
    SweetMissDaisy

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    i have nothing useful to contribute to this topic, other than HOOOOOOODAT!!!! I SEE YOU!!! :) :) :) :) Yay!!!!
     
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    AMKuska

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    I don't know how to collect the seeds, but I got garlic chive seeds from High Mowing Organic Seeds​
     
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    Zeedman

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    My garlic chives are in bloom. Several kinds of bees (including honey bees) are really working the flowers. New spikes emerge over a prolonged period, so flowering will continue through most of September.
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    digitS'

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    Okay, maybe next year, my new pot of garlic chives will have flowers like @Zeedman 's.

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    Good thing that I'm not the only gardener hereabouts ;). But, I think I'd better put this in the winter greenhouse.

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    flowerbug

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    Zeedman

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    I have those too; although they are edible (to a point) they are primarily ornamental. They are good early bee plants, taking over just after the grape hyacinths have given up. IMO the flowers are delicious added to salads, sort of a honey-garlic flavor.
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