How do you grow chives from grocery store chives?
Can you replant chives?
Transplanting chives is simple and usually successful, as the plants grow in clumps that are quite hardy and resilient. In fact, the University of Florida IFAS recommends dividing clumps of established chives every two to three years to avoid overcrowding the plants.
Can you plant grocery store herbs?
Absolutely! Supermarket herbs that are sold as sprigs or cuttings (in flat clamshells) can be propagated easily at home if you want to start a few new plants. Woody herbs like basil, rosemary, sage, oregano, thyme, and mint can be rooted in water as long as the cutting is from new green growth.