One of my favorite “stacking” plants…chives have so many functions within the garden ecology and they are one of the easiest plants to grow with a little attention.
A hardy herbaceous perennial (zone 3 to 11) that serves as an edible perennial, pollinator attractor, biocontrol, cut flower, edible flower, self seeding plant that can be divided in the fall every 2-3 years. I don’t think it get much better than that.
We intensively plant chives around our Apple trees to outcompete the grass but to also attract pollinators and beneficial insects.
Start in flats or cell packs. Sow 1/4″ deep with germination occurring within 10-14 days. Once chives reach about 5″ in height, give them a nice trim to 2″.
Don’t forget to feed them every 3 weeks while growing indoors.
Yes! We do have seeds available: https://seedsandsoilorganics.com/product-category/shop-seeds/
Alaska sown-Alaska grown