Allium tuberosum

(redirected from Garlic chives)
Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Allium tuberosum

References in periodicals archive ?
Its main products are basil, coriander, chives and flat parsley, but increasing public interest in cookery has led to the development of exotic varieties such as garlic chives, roccolla or wild rocket, red mustard and chard, lemon grass, edible courgette, and nasturtium, pansy and antirrhinum flowers.
We've also got veg favourites such as beetroots, broccoli and carrots, plus herbs including garlic chives and cumin.
Whilst you are circulating around the various plant sales during our long awaited summer look out for the flat leaved Garlic Chives (Allium tuberosum) with a mild garlic flavour and white flowers from August onwards.
Add the carrot, green pepper, mushrooms and garlic chives and stir-fry for 2 minutes.
Parasitic wasps, ladybird beetles, lacewings, syrphid flies, and other beneficials hang around the plants they love - dill, fennel, garlic chives, parsley, ox-eye and Shasta daisies, and yarrow, for instance.
Chives, garlic chives, perpetual onions and Welsh onions are important, as are mint and lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) but leave some spaces for annuals like coriander, dill, parsley - French and Italian flat-leaved varieties are excellent - and nasturtiums whose flowers and leaves really lift a salad.
Ordinary chives, Chinese garlic chives and perpetual Welsh onions are excellent for garnishing.
Tie the ends closed with blanched garlic chives and set aside.
Chives, Oriental garlic chives, and onions (bunching, Egyptian).
Choose from garlic chives, basil, coriander, dill, fennel, parsley and thyme.
Look for garlic chives, plum sauce, and lemon grass in some supermarkets and Asian markets, or use alternatives.
butter or margarine 1 cup lightly packed, finely chopped garlic chives or regular chives
Italian or Genovese basil Lemon basil Thai basil Chervil Coriander (also known as cilantro) for leaves Flat-leaf parsley Anise Chives (pictured) Garlic chives Fennel What's new?
Throughout the summer use purple pompom flowers of chives or the white pompoms of garlic chives to decorate salads and add flavour too.
Some are staples (mint, basil, marjoram and coriander) and some a bit exotic (lemon basil, garlic chives and bouquet garni).