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Chive blossoms are a short-term crop that come and go in the spring before you can bat an eyelash. Capturing their mild chive flavor in a good-quality vinegar is the perfect way to enjoy them well past their season.
Makes 1 cup
Frankly, all herbal vinegars are delicious--experiment with several edible flowers, leaves, and seeds and keep a medley of flavors on hand.
A great reference for both beginning and experienced gardeners. Well organized, easy to read and beautifully photographed. Very pleased to add this to my gardening book collection!Published 1 month ago by Trudy Pavia
I absolutely love this book! I got it from my library and just HAD to have it for myself! I have an herb garden, and this book is helping me plan new plants for spring. Read morePublished 5 months ago by LSNelson
I love gardening. this book is informative and has some very good ideas. i have bought more of Gayla's books after reading this one.Published 15 months ago by luv books
this book was sent to my daughter, she is very pleased and anxious to start using this book for her garden
thanks easy transaction nice to work with
Beautiful photos and recipes! This book is very inspiring - there is a lot of good step-by-step direction in the book. Also, I want to eat my roses now.Published on July 4, 2013 by Carol Browne
This was a very nice addition to my collection. Gayla writes in a way that everyone can understand, and the pictures are beautiful. Read morePublished on May 25, 2013 by L.M.T.
I bought this one and 2 other books by the same author. I am so happy I did. Great ideas. I am probably driving my husband crazy with all the new things I am trying to grow. Read morePublished on March 22, 2013 by MFD533
At first I thought I wouldn't want a whole book on just herbs... However after reading this book I realized how many different varieties of each herb there are, not to mention all... Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by Lauren
This book gives many "green" ideas which involve gardening in small spaces with reused items. I really enjoyed reading this book and hope to try many of these techniques someday. Read morePublished on March 5, 2013 by kkaul79