A fancy European strain, Fine Chives grow into the same 1-ft-tall clumps as regular Chives (Allium schoenoprasum), but their leaves are more refined and tender, tend to regrow faster after cutting, and develop woody stems more slowly. Add the leaves to salads or snip them into small pieces at the last minute over a bowl of hot soup, scrambled eggs, or mashed potatoes. For an elegant and traditional haute cuisine touch, use Fine Chive leaves as decorative ties for bundles of poached or steamed asparagus, green beans, or carrots. Round heads of lavender-pink flowers appear in summer. Remove them before the seeds set if you wish to control reseeding.
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