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Chives belong to the Allium family as garlic, shallots, leeks, and scallion. The health benefits of having chives regularly include better eyesight, healthy heart and blood pressure levels, better bone strength, among many. Chives are known to have cancer-fighting properties. They can be had to detox the body and also to heal wounds faster.
Foods such as coffee, chocolate, onions, garlic, leeks and macadamia nuts may be safe for human consumption but they can be harmful to our pets. Some common symptoms of poisoning include vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, and lethargy. If you notice any unusual symptoms in your pet or you suspect they may have ingested any of these foods, take them to the vet immediately.
If you have a log splitter, you might consider growing your own cooking herbs indoors. Logs make excellent pots because they provide a consistent...
Gardening tips to get started - Garlic Chives: This anti-microbial herb likes full sun, moderate watering and a well-drained soil (any type). Oregano: It does well in full sun/partial shade and dry, well-drained soil. Do a deep watering once every week or two. Peppermint: It likes rich soil and some sun, but in hot climates, make sure it gets some afternoon shade.
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