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Garlic Chives

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  • Easy To Grow Herbs!
  • 24-30 Inches Tall
  • 12-16 Inches Wide
  • Plant in Full Sun

Garlic chives are easy to grow and delicious. Plant them into the garden in the spring and enjoy their bountiful harvest for years to come. This perennial herb not only offers a delicious way to flavor any meal, but it also graces your kitchen garden with dainty light pink flowers in summer. Garlic chives have a taste that is a balance between garlic and onion. That flavor profile makes them perfect for adding to salads, soups, spreads, and vinegars. The flat, tender stalks are easy to harvest, chop, and utilize all summer long.

Garlic chives bloom with pink flowers in the summer, and have dark green stalks. They will slowly spread through the garden through seeds, so harvest or trim off blooms to prevent rampant spread through seed. Garlic chives are easy-care, low-maintenance herbs that can double as lovely flowers in the kitchen garden. Use the stalks to flavor salads, butters, soups, cheeses, bread, or anything you’d like to add a garlic flavor to.

Garlic Chives Plant Care

Chive seeds and seedlings should be planted outdoors after your last frost date. They are low-maintenance plants that often come back as perennials. Divide chive clumps every 3-4 years. Space 5” apart in the garden. Deadhead or trim plants after bloom to prevent self seeding. Keep weeds pulled to prevent competition for moisture and nutrients. Mulch to maintain soil moisture.

Growing Garlic Chives Plants

Start chive seeds indoors 8-10 weeks before your last frost date. Or, plant seeds directly in the ground after the danger of frost has passed. Garlic Chives grow up to 24” tall. 5” of space gives these chives enough room to grow. Chives need full sun to flourish. It takes 80-90 days for chives to grow to maturity and be ready for harvest.

Chives can be grown in containers easily. Grow a single plant in a small 5” container, or multiple in a larger container. The upright habit and pink flowers of chives acts as a “thriller” in containers and adds structure and color to a kitchen container garden.

Watering Garlic Chives

Keep the soil evenly moist with regular irrigation. Avoid overwatering. Additional watering might be needed during dry spells.

Feeding Garlic Chives Plants

Feed seedlings when they are 3-4 weeks old with a starter solution. Apply compost to the garden bed before planting chives. Fertilize chives in containers once in the season.

Garlic Chives Plant Facts

Common Name: Garlic Chives
Botanical Name: Allium tuberosum
Plant Type: Chives
Edible Type: Herbs
Vegetable Size: -
Light Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.)
Spacing: 4 - 8" (10 - 20cm)
Height: 24 - 30" (61 - 76cm)
Width: 12 - 16" (30 - 41cm)
Brand: BURPEE®

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Plant Addict Guarantee (Included On All Plant Orders)

Plant Addicts guarantees your plant(s) will arrive happy and healthy, but the plant(s) are being shipped through the mail and accidents happen. If the plant is dead, has dried out roots or the incorrect item was shipped just notify Plant Addicts within 3 days upon delivery. We may ask for pictures but will try to make it as easy as possible for you. Please note plant(s) with damaged branches or wilted leaves will not qualify for this guarantee. Plants are very resilient and will rebound quickly when cared for correctly.

For information on how to care for you new plant please check out our guide. Guide: How to Care for Your New Plant(s)

Plant Addicts Warranty - 1 Year (Extra Purchase Required)

We encourage all plant lovers to purchase the Plant Addicts Warranty whether you’re new or an expert. There are many variables outside our control and yours that can cause the demise of your plant(s). Examples would be hungry animals, drought, poor soil conditions, over watering, disease, insects & many other factors. The Plant Addicts Warranty is a 1 year warranty protecting you from all the unknowns and will replace your plant if it moves on to the plant afterlife.

The warranty is purchased on a per plant basis and must be purchased at the same time as the plant purchase. We will cover 100% of the price of the plant but the warranty does not cover shipping cost. Simply let us know if your plant has died within one year of receiving it and we’ll get you a new one shipped out. We may ask for photos for documentation purposes but again we’ll try to make it as easy as possible.

For more information, please go to our Shipping & Returns page at the bottom of the website.

Guide: How to Care for Your New Plant(s)

Planter Shipping

Standard Colors: 2-3 business days

Special Order Colors: 8 weeks - this is due to the planter being custom made with the color(s) of your choice

Please Note: On special orders there can not be any cancellations

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Summer Shipping

  • If there is extreme heat we’ll delay shipping.  
    • We’ll have to review what areas the plants are traveling through along with your location


Once your plant is shipped you’ll receive an email with tracking information. Depending on the above criteria we’ll ship your plant(s) towards beginning of the following week from your order. We put together this helpful guide of what to do when you receive your plants in the mail.

It is important to know that all of our plants are clearly labeled for which growing zones the plant can survive in. The plants are thoroughly trialed and tested in every growing zone before we state the plant can grow in a zone. Again, our #1 priority is to ship the plants to you healthy and ready to thrive in your location. So we will do everything in our power to do so.

1 Review - Garlic Chives Show Reviews

  • 5
    delicious

    Posted by Cindi tannehil on Apr 11th 2020

    This is one of my favorite herbs to grow. Too bad my husband hates them, I'd use them for even more food dishes. My favorite is just sprinkling them on baked potatoes though. Mine do great in my container garden on my patio that gets afternoon sun after lunch time. Extremely easy to grow, and the bees seem to love them once they bloom!