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Growing Guide to Chives

Grow Chives in a pot on your windowsill, then transplant them to your garden once it warms up!

Growing Guide to Chives

Wanting to grow something over these colder months? Why not grow Chives! Chives are so easy to grow and in these Winter months can be grown in a pot in the sun of your windowsill, then transplanted to your garden once the weather warms up!

Chives Herb Garlic Seeds
These Chives are a wonderfully easy herb to grow in the garden or inside in a pot on your sunny windowsill. Garlic chives have a light onion/garlic taste that is fantastic for all your light summer salads or as an extra boost of flavour in Winter soups.

Chives Plain Seeds
These Chives are a wonderfully easy herb to grow in the garden or inside in a pot on your sunny windowsill. Plain chives have a light onion taste that is fantastic for all your light summer salads or as an extra boost of flavour in Winter soups.


How to sow your Chives
Choose a well drained pot that can be placed in full sun/part shade on the windowsill. Sow these seeds direct into the pots, ensuring it is well-drained and the soil is fertilised. Sow seeds 5cm apart and to a depth of 1cm

Care for seedling
Keep seedbed or trays evenly moist during the germination period of 14-21 days. Apply McGregor's VegeMax 2 weeks after germination for healthier plants and a maximum crop.

Hints and Tips
When large enough thin to 15cm apart. Snip leaves for flavouring at any time.

16 June 2019