French tarragon (Artemesia dracunculus) One of the four ingredients of "fines herbes" -- parsley, chives, tarragon and chervil. French tarragon cannot be grown from seed. It must be grown from cuttings or purchased as a plant.
If you like chives, you'll have to try garlic chives! The same great mild onion flavor is imparted with a distinctive garlic scent and taste. Both the flat, grasslike leaves and the 1-inch white flowerheads can be used in a variety of your favorite dishes.
<p> Very happy grown in patio pots, planted in the garden, or used as borders and companion planting. Chives also can deter carrot flies and planted under roses to help control black spot. It can also make an excellent organic insecticide, control fungal infection, mildew and scab.</p>
SAVING CHIVE SEEDS, an easy TUTORIAL! Bake the seeds in bread or save the seeds for planting in spring!