Tag Archives: chive flowers

Harvesting what I can

The rhubarb isn’t growing very well this year. I put it down to the crown only being rehomed in its new spot in March, so its roots couldn’t develop in time. Never mind, it is good to have a rest … Continue reading

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Caraway and other flowers

I’ve been watching the caraway I sowed last summer as it’s grown from the soil after disappearing over the winter. Now it’s bloomed, so I’m assured in as far as a gardener can be of a crop of seeds this … Continue reading

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Hidden chives

When I first started gardening four years ago, I discovered not just chives but their flowers. What a delightful addition to salads! The original plant died but I spied a spot in the garden where I sowed some seeds this … Continue reading

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