Planting Requirements

  • Full sun is required.
  • The seed of this plant would be ¼ inch, so the final space of the plant should be comfortable for the entire plant. And it should be 4 to 6 inches away from each other in all such ways.
  • No matter, where you are going to plant the herb, but the soil of that place should be well-draining, wet, productive and rich.
  • Ahead planting, you have to put 4 to 6 inches of organic matter, 6 to 8 inches of all-purpose compost per square foot of cultivating the ground.
  • Earlier, grow the seeds in your garden around 8 to 10 weeks as the transplantation demands good and healthy growth.
  • If you are about to grow right from the seeds, you have to propagate or spread as much as the soil is in good condition. That is, if you want the best and first-class growth, then the soil should be about 60 to 70 degree Fahrenheit.

What Kind Of A Care Should Be Given For The Betterment Of The Plant?

  • It is needless to say that, each and every cultivator wants high yields. If that is the case with you, you to have pour water to the plant all over the growing season without fail. Wet or humidify the soil completely while pouring water.
  • For a better production and convincing yields, you to have spread one spoon limit of the fertilizer during the month of May and July.
  • You should use the mulch for preserving the humidity or wet level and keep the wild flowers behind.
  • Best possible care and concern are required for the completely grown plants.
  • For high yields, you have to divide or separate the plants every now and then. Since, the chive will grow at a faster rate and gives high production only if it is separated every so often. Here, every now and then refers after 2 to 3 years. Do not divide or separate the plants before it grows.
  • Let the length of the plant growth should be 12 to 24 inches.
  • You have the remove or pluck out the flowers right after its growth. Otherwise, it will spread the seeds all over your garden and make it look clumsy.