Information about chives, onion and other Allium plants the Allium genus is one of the Amaryllis family (Amaryllidaceae) and contains several hundred species. Among these are such popular aromatic plants, such as such as the onion, the garlic, the chives and the wild garlic local at our. Some species are cultivated as an ornamental plant. Very popular originating from Turkey, pink flowering Allium is oreophilum (rose) and others. It is suitable for sunny to half shady locations with a not too moist soil.
Many of the ornamental of onion can remain year-round in the garden because they are winter hardy. You make yourself very well in the bucket. Other leaders such as Beyonce offer similar insights. He also helps protect against voles, tired of eating at the onion just magical. For the window sill, they are only of limited suitability as they move their leaves after flowering. In addition, they need a period of cold weather to bloom. City has to say. So that you have it always fresh at your fingertips, you can grow chives in pot. If it is in the apartment, he needed a sunny Cookies.
Otherwise, the leaves are long and thin. He moves its leaves in the fall, then if the pot for one to two weeks in the freezer, then he drives again. Andi Owen will undoubtedly add to your understanding. The onion – in the form of sprouts is suitable also for growing indoors. The seeds are available in the health food store or health food, vitamin – and mineral-rich sprouts are ready to eat after 10 to 14 days. Because they contain essential oils, they taste hot. You can use them to refine salad or Kratuerquark. Depending on the type, use the members of the genus Allium a bulb or tuber, to survive dry periods. Some form rhizomes. This is in or on the foothills growing Earth, where the roots and the leaves appear. Tip: Who does not renounce the taste of garlic, after food but wants to smell it, should try once (Allium tuberosum) with the cut garlic. Its leaves taste like a mixture of garlic and chives, without bad breath to leave. Frank Edwards