Chive Flowers and a happy bee
Chive flowers in budUse individual florets for a elegant presentationChive flower butter ... easy to make, looks great and tastes delicious!Each flower consists of many individual floretsA Perfect for Pollinators flowerChives are easy to grow in any garden


Sow: March to May

Flowers: Late spring to early autumn

Where:  Grow in a sunny spot.  In flower beds, borders, vegetable patches or containers

How many seeds?  0.4g (average 280 seeds)

Chive Flowers

Chive plants produce stunning onion flavoured edible flowers which are a beautiful bright purple ‘pom-pom’ made up of individual florets of tiny intense flavour.   A great edible flower which is really easy to grow, quick to flower and provides distinct flavour and colour to a wide range of savoury dishes.  If you cut back after flowering then you will usually get another smaller crop later in the year. Use as a garnish, in salads, to make flavoured oils, butters and vinegars or to add a lovely onion-flavour and colour to any of your favourite savoury dishes. A perennial, the chives leaves can also be used and the plants will last for several years.

Seed & Recipe Packs include:-

Edible Flower Pack includes:-
Chive Seeds
Growing & Harvesting Chive Instructions
Chive Flower Eating Guide
Chive Recipe Leaflet
Edible Flower Recipe Cards incl:
How to make oils and vinegars from edible flowers

Plant Label

Refill Packs include:-Flower Seeds only

£2.95£4.95

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Additional Information

Growing Location

Indoors, Vegetable Gardens, Containers, Borders & beds, Small gardens

Growing Condition

Full sun, Part shade

Use

Salads, Seasoning, Decoration & garnishes, Savoury cooking, Oils & vinegars

Sowing month

April, May

Flowering month

May, June, July, August, September

Taste

Savoury

Colour

Purple

Suitable For..

Great for bees, Easy to grow, Great for kids

Type of packet

Seed & Recipe Pack, Seed Refill Pack

Looking for more inspiration?.....

....see our boards on pinterest for ideas on how to use your edible flowers