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I was given a small clump of garlic chives that just went wild in my old garden. very easy to grow for me! great in soups and stir fry type dishes as well as vegie dips. It has a mild garlicky sweet flavor. I am very much regretting not digging and taking it with me!

what sorts of dishes do you use it in?

any good companion plants?

does it grow well from seed outside? (if this is an easy doable option this may be the easiest way for me to get it going in this garden if I can't find it started somewhere locally)

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leah, i am growing them for the first time this year. i have some in a pot to later transplant to the gaarden. i have some seed (2009) that should be viable if you need some.
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