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Sunday, April 11, 2021

GROWTH

 The chives we planted in a pot last year died out over the winter.

At least we thought they did.

But with very little encouragement from us they have returned and are growing like crazy.




Watch this space for more updates from the Taylor Family Gardens.

11 comments:

  1. Do you use them a lot in recipes?

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  2. I'll definitely be watching! I love seeing things grow.

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  3. This proves the point that I was making to my husband about neither of us feeling like taking care of a garden. I said what we could do is pick what we really like the best and put them in pots and then they would be easier to take care of and we can sit them up on something so we didn't have to bend over or sit on the ground

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  4. My dad put a cherry tomato plant in a pot with wheels on it and a trellis in the middle. He rotated it every few days so both sides would get sun. They had a huge crop from May to October. The great things about pots is the weeding is easy and you can water with a simple watering can.

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  5. Nice! We have chives in our flower bed and they come back every spring too -- and sometimes bloom!

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  6. We planted some chives a few years ago. Once they take root, they cast their little seeds everywhere. Chives thrive!

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  7. I came here to say the exact same ting as Robin. Once you plant chives, you have them forever.

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  8. I have had a pot of chives out on my deck for several years and this year the pot is more filled than ever. Even our really cold winters don't hurt the chives.

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  9. Sounds like my chives. Hardy little things. Nice flower, too.

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