How to Prune: Chives

How to Prune: Chives

Chives can be stored in a refrigerator in a plastic bag for up to a week. But to make the most of the delicate onion flavor of chives and retain the luscious green color in your recipes, use chives fresh. If you must cook them, add them last, just before serving. Both harvesting and chopping.

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Tips for Herbs

Basil is usually the first seed to sprout and it grows rapidly. Harvest basil (and any other fast-growing herbs) to keep them an inch or two below the lights, and avoid raising the Light Hood until all other plants are well established. Some herbs, such as chives, thyme, and oregano grow slowly and often get.

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Ask the Expert

  Question: What’s the best way to prune and harvest an herb garden? Luke C., Niwot, CO Answer: Great question.  With proper pruning/harvesting you can increase the yield, health and appearance of your herb garden.  They say a picture is worth a 1000 words, so I created a video to help you out. You can.

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