Chives pairs well with potatoes, omelettes, cream and tomatoes
How to Take Care
Chives are rich in vitamins A and C, contain trace amounts of sulfur, and are rich in calcium and iron.
The medicinal properties of Chives are similar to those of garlic, but weaker; the faint effects in comparison with garlic are probably the main reason for their limited use as a medicinal herb. They also have mild stimulant, diuretic, and antiseptic properties.
Trim away at your potted Chives, keep away from direct sunlight and water little but often.
Keep your pre-cut pack of Chives in the fridge. Chives do not store well once cut but can be frozen for up to 6 months.
Use Chives liberally to jazz up savoury dishes. Just a snip with your scissors and sprinkle on your food.