Chives care self watering

Chives care self watering


Potted Herb Care

  • Indirect sunlight
  • Warm environment
  • 1. Remove herb from pack & place into our self watering pot.

  • 2. Fill the pot with water.

  • 3. Refill when water is below level of terracotta disc.

1 to 2 weeks of freshness if cared & kept indoors

Growing Outdoors

  • Full sunlight
  • Wind
  • Water lightly

Chives grow fast when it’s warm. If you want chives to grow slower put them in a cool place or outdoors.

  • 1. When planting in the garden, do so in late autumn or early spring, sheltered from the wind, with soil rich in nutrients.

  • 2. It tolerate drought well but water regularly if you pick them often. If the leaves start to droop, you need to water it.

  • 3. Add plant food to the water after every pruning.

Chives care self watering

When to Harvest

Flowers should be pinched off to encourage leaf growth.

The more often you prune them, the weaker and thinner the stems will grow.

Add plant food to the water after every pruning, and let the plant ‘rest’ from time to time.

How to Freeze

1. Chop

Chop cleaned chives into small pieces.

2. Cube tray

Press pieces into an ice cube tray half-filled with water.

3. Freeze

Place the tray in your freezer. Can be kept for 4 to 6 months.

Cut Herb Care

  • Keep Chives refrigerated
  • 1. Keep the product in it’s mini-greenhouse packaging.

  • 2. Snip off what you need and continue to properly store the remainder.

  • 3. Lasts 10 to 14 days.

How to enjoy it

Before use, rinse under cold running water.

It is better to harvest chives by hand near the root than to snip them mid-stalk with scissors.

The flowers are also edible.

  • Check out some of our favourites herb recipes and bring their fresh taste to your family!