Is there anything this could be other than garlic chives (Allium tuberosum)? Zone 6, growing in the back of a veg garden reddit.com/gallery/pdmopz
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3 Species of Butterflies on Garlic Chive (Allium tuberosum) Flowers, & 3 Bees on Same (2nd Pic) reddit.com/gallery/pf8elv
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Does anyone have any garlic chives Allium tuberosum they can send over?

I am trying to create my own vegetable garden, but was wondering if anyone has some of garlic chives Allium tuberosum specifically. I wasn't able to find them at my local store.

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Allium tuberosum is flowering!
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Western Cape Cops Hurl and Toss what appears to be Bulbous Alliums or possibly Perennial Nightshade Olanum Tuberosums at Four People Lined up on the Side of a Road next to a Rocky Hill. youtube.com/watch?v=7R7mT…
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Flowering Garlic (Allium tuberosum) [1437 x 1265] [OC] kapturedbykala.com/Flower…
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Chinese leek (Allium tuberosum) bloom
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(long rant) Wasted my entire night to translate the ingredients of a few Sunrider supplements because my parents think they work and want to buy more. I'm posting the translated ingredient list here in case you are interested.

Tl;dr: My parents want to know what are inside the Sunrider supplements my mother has been eating (and want me to buy more from Sunrider) so I spent my whole night translating the ingredient list for them. If you are only interested in the ingredients but not the rant, just scroll to the bottom section.

Update on 19/9: I tried to convince my mother one last time, telling her things like the product being unsafe, the risk of the supplements interacting with the meds she takes or among the ingredients themselves, the fact that they didn’t help relieving side-effects at all even when she was eating them all the time, and them having so many ingredients in such a small sachet that the amount of each ingredient would be next to none, especially when you have Chinese yam, a very cheap and filling ingredient, as the first ingredient written on food label.

At this point things got an unexpected turn. She told me that what she wanted the most from the supplements was the 3 or 4 ingredients known to be anti-inflammatory (and very affordable if you buy them directly from TCM herbal shops)...then she recalled that a friend of my aunt has a TCM formula with those ingredients which worked very well on her inflammation. So I persuaded her to ask my aunt about her friend’s formula, while I go to hospital- or university-associated TCM clinics (which she thinks would be more credible than private TCM practitioners) to check whether there are formulas good for relieving the side-effects and whether the ingredients would interact with the meds. She would try those formulas out for some time before deciding whether she would buy the supplements again.

So we narrowly avoided wasting money on overpriced and potentially unsafe β€œsupplements”...for now. In the end the problem was solved by β€œattacking poison with poison” (β€œδ»₯毒攻毒”, one of the many TCM approaches to cure diseases) which is somewhat poetic.


The story started a few months ago when my mother was diagnosed with cancer and her friend introduced her to a Sunrider hun who was selling products "that cured her friend's relative's cancer". Before knowing the name of the brand I and my siblings already suspected that it was probably some overpriced MLM products but my mother was so secretive that she only told us "it is an US brand" (we live outside US).

Soooooo the hun arrived on the next day, put all Sunrider products on the table, "shared" anecdotes after anecdotes of how the products cured her relative

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Plant profile: Chives (Allium schoenoprasum)

Let's talk about chives

Chives, Allium schoenoprasum

Description

Chives are a bulb-forming herbaceous perennial plant, growing to 30–50 cm (12–20 in) tall. The bulbs are slender, conical, 2–3 cm (3⁄4–1 1⁄4 in) long and 1 cm (1⁄2 in) broad, and grow in dense clusters from the roots. The scapes (or stems) are hollow and tubular, up to 50 cm (20 in) long and 2–3 mm (1⁄16–1⁄8 in) across, with a soft texture, although, prior to the emergence of a flower, they may appear stiffer than usual. The grass-like leaves, which are shorter than the scapes, are also hollow and tubular, or terete, (round in cross-section) which distinguishes it at a glance from garlic chives (Allium tuberosum). The flowers are pale purple, and star-shaped with six petals, 1–2 cm (1⁄2–3⁄4 in) wide, and produced in a dense inflorescence of 10-30 together; before opening, the inflorescence is surrounded by a papery bract. The seeds are produced in a small, three-valved capsule, maturing in summer. The herb flowers from April to May in the southern parts of its habitat zones and in June in the northern parts. (From Wikipedia // edited for Permapeople)

Benefits

  • Edible leaves
  • Edible flowers (great for infusing vinegars!)
  • Early season insect forage
  • Easy to propagate (by division)
  • Frost tolerant
  • Wet feet tolerant
  • Shade tolerant
  • Poor soil tolerant

All of these benefits make it an ideal companion to most vegetables, but don't plant alliums near legumes.

Propagation

Division

Chives propagate easiest by division. Once you have a good clump going, it's simple enough just to dig out a small chunk of bulbs and transplants it elsewhere.

Seed

Direct sow seed 4-6 weeks before last frost, ideally in soil with a pH of 6-7. Seeds should be planted 1cm deep in moist soil. Germination generally takes 12-21 days. Seeds will germinate once soil warms to around 20Β°C (68Β°F).

Utility

I use chives to improve and garnish new permanent beds. They bring bright purple colors early in the season, an attract all sorts of insects. They work well as a margin plant, in between all sorts of things. I plant them between my raspberry canes to help curb the spread of the runners. Overall, it's their resilience that I find most appealing, but with all the added benefits they are a worthy plant to have in any backyard farmer's toolbelt!

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SERIOUS: This subreddit needs to understand what a "dad joke" really means.

I don't want to step on anybody's toes here, but the amount of non-dad jokes here in this subreddit really annoys me. First of all, dad jokes CAN be NSFW, it clearly says so in the sub rules. Secondly, it doesn't automatically make it a dad joke if it's from a conversation between you and your child. Most importantly, the jokes that your CHILDREN tell YOU are not dad jokes. The point of a dad joke is that it's so cheesy only a dad who's trying to be funny would make such a joke. That's it. They are stupid plays on words, lame puns and so on. There has to be a clever pun or wordplay for it to be considered a dad joke.

Again, to all the fellow dads, I apologise if I'm sounding too harsh. But I just needed to get it off my chest.

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Alice's ear cleaning.
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Blind Girl Here. Give Me Your Best Blind Jokes!

Do your worst!

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This subreddit is 10 years old now.

I'm surprised it hasn't decade.

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Anyone interested in garden seeds?

I have seeds from my garden that are looking for homes! Most are easily grown in-ground. Pictures here.

I have tons of the following and am happy to share them (even if you don’t have something to trade):

  • Herbs:
    • Papalo (Porophyllum ruderale)
    • Huacatay (Peruvian marigold, Tagetes minuta)
    • Mrs. Burns' Lemon Basil (Ocimum basilicum var. citriodora)
  • Vegetables:
    • Hopi Red Dye Amaranth (Amaranthus cruentus)
    • Cantaloupe (Cucumis melo var. reticulatus)
  • Flowers:
    • Blanket Flower (Gaillardia Γ— grandiflora?)
    • Sacred Datura (Datura wrightii)
    • Purple Aster (Dieteria canescens)
    • Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis)
    • Zinnia "Candy Cane Mix" (Zinnia elegans)
    • Purple Hollyhock (Alcea rosea)
    • Morning glory (Ipomoea purpurea)

I have limited supply and will be more stingy with:

  • Herbs
    • Garlic Chives (Allium tuberosum)
    • Mexican Saffron (Safflower, Carthamus tinctorius)
    • "Chocolate" Peppermint (Mentha Γ— piperita) (Cuttings available in Spring)
    • Walking onion (Allium Γ— proliferum) (Bulbs available in Spring)
  • Vegetables
    • Large green Tomatillo (Physalis ixocarpa)
    • "Flamenco" tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)
    • Longleaf Groundcherry (Wild tomatillo, Physalis longifolia)
    • Guarijio β€œNescafe” Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)
    • Pole Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), three varieties:
      • Yellow and white ("Four Corners Gold?")
      • Black ("Trail of Tears?")
      • Red Kidney Bean
    • Mayo "Winter Bean" Garbanzo (Cicer arietinum)
    • DinΓ© Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo)
    • Sunchoke (Helianthus tuberosus)
    • Arugula (Eruca vesicaria)
  • Ornamental
    • Buffalo Gourd (Cucurbita foetidissima)
    • Chocolate Flower (Berlandiera lyrata)
    • Navajo Tea (Thelesperma megapotamicum)
    • Threadleaf Groundsel (Senecio flaccidus)
    • Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)
    • Sweet Annie (Artemisia annua)
    • Chinese Aster "Montezuma Mix" (Callistephus chinensis)
    • Cosmos Mix (Cosmos bipinnatus)
    • Native Wildflower Mix

I’m looking for local seeds for edibles or native flowers.

Easy-to-grow houseplants are also highly acceptable.

Also if you happen to have a large shovel you don't need, I'm looking for one.

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Dropped my best ever dad joke & no one was around to hear it

For context I'm a Refuse Driver (Garbage man) & today I was on food waste. After I'd tipped I was checking the wagon for any defects when I spotted a lone pea balanced on the lifts.

I said "hey look, an escaPEA"

No one near me but it didn't half make me laugh for a good hour or so!

Edit: I can't believe how much this has blown up. Thank you everyone I've had a blast reading through the replies πŸ˜‚

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What starts with a W and ends with a T

It really does, I swear!

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What is a a bisexual person doing when they’re not dating anybody?

They’re on standbi

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Geddit? No? Only me?
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I wanna hear your best airplane puns.

Pilot on me!!

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E or ß?
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What did Spartacus say when the lion ate his wife?

Nothing, he was gladiator.

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Pun intended.
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No spoilers
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Covid problems
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These aren't dad jokes...

Dad jokes are supposed to be jokes you can tell a kid and they will understand it and find it funny.

This sub is mostly just NSFW puns now.

If it needs a NSFW tag it's not a dad joke. There should just be a NSFW puns subreddit for that.

Edit* I'm not replying any longer and turning off notifications but to all those that say "no one cares", there sure are a lot of you arguing about it. Maybe I'm wrong but you people don't need to be rude about it. If you really don't care, don't comment.

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I had a vasectomy because I didn’t want any kids.

When I got home, they were still there.

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What did 0 say to 8 ?

What did 0 say to 8 ?

" Nice Belt "

So What did 3 say to 8 ?

" Hey, you two stop making out "

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Spi__
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I dislike karma whores who make posts that imply it's their cake day, simply for upvotes.

I won't be doing that today!

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The Ancient Romans II
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I'd like to dedicate this joke to my wisdom teeth.

[Removed]

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I did it, I finally did it. After 4 years and 92 days I went from being a father, to a dad.

This morning, my 4 year old daughter.

Daughter: I'm hungry

Me: nerves building, smile widening

Me: Hi hungry, I'm dad.

She had no idea what was going on but I finally did it.

Thank you all for listening.

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How do you stop Canadian bacon from curling in your frying pan?

You take away their little brooms

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It this sub dead?

There hasn't been a post all year!

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School Was Clothed
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Naan-negotiable
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Where do you find a cow with no legs?

Where ever you left it πŸ€·β€β™€οΈπŸ€­

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Remember that joke I told you about the chiropractor?

It was about a weak back.

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H: Basil (Lemon, Lime, Spicy Globe, Large Leaf). W: Asian culinary herbs

Hi! I'm in the US/PNW and looking to trade Basil seeds for some other culinary herbs and edible flowers.

I have:

  • Lemon Basil gone
  • Lime Basil gone
  • Spicy Globe Basil
  • Italian Large Leaf Basil

Looking for:

  • Mitsuba (Japanese parsley Cryptotaenia japonica)
  • Shungiku (Edible chrysanthemum Glebionis coronaria)
  • Rau Ram (Vietnamese coriander Persicaria odorata)
  • Culantro (Eryngium foetidum)
  • Chinese Chives (Allium tuberosum)
  • Nasturtium
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Letting loose with these puns
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Couch potato
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Baka!
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All dad jokes are bad and here’s why

Why

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concrete πŸ—Ώ
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My name is ABCDEFGHIJKMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

It’s pronounced β€œNoel.”

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Why are people so surprised and angry about Djokovic being an anti-vaxxer?

After all his first name is No-vac

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Plant Profile: Chives

Let's talk about chives

Chives, Allium schoenoprasum

Description

Chives are a bulb-forming herbaceous perennial plant, growing to 30–50 cm (12–20 in) tall. The bulbs are slender, conical, 2–3 cm (3⁄4–1 1⁄4 in) long and 1 cm (1⁄2 in) broad, and grow in dense clusters from the roots. The scapes (or stems) are hollow and tubular, up to 50 cm (20 in) long and 2–3 mm (1⁄16–1⁄8 in) across, with a soft texture, although, prior to the emergence of a flower, they may appear stiffer than usual. The grass-like leaves, which are shorter than the scapes, are also hollow and tubular, or terete, (round in cross-section) which distinguishes it at a glance from garlic chives (Allium tuberosum). The flowers are pale purple, and star-shaped with six petals, 1–2 cm (1⁄2–3⁄4 in) wide, and produced in a dense inflorescence of 10-30 together; before opening, the inflorescence is surrounded by a papery bract. The seeds are produced in a small, three-valved capsule, maturing in summer. The herb flowers from April to May in the southern parts of its habitat zones and in June in the northern parts. (From Wikipedia // edited for Permapeople)

Benefits

  • Edible leaves
  • Edible flowers (great for infusing vinegars!)
  • Early season insect forage
  • Easy to propagate (by division)
  • Frost tolerant
  • Wet feet tolerant
  • Shade tolerant
  • Poor soil tolerant

All of these benefits make it an ideal companion to most vegetables, but don't plant alliums near legumes.

Propagation

Division

Chives propagate easiest by division. Once you have a good clump going, it's simple enough just to dig out a small chunk of bulbs and transplants it elsewhere.

Seed

Direct sow seed 4-6 weeks before last frost, ideally in soil with a pH of 6-7. Seeds should be planted 1cm deep in moist soil. Germination generally takes 12-21 days. Seeds will germinate once soil warms to around 20Β°C (68Β°F).

Utility

I use chives to improve and garnish new permanent beds. They bring bright purple colors early in the season, an attract all sorts of insects. They work well as a margin plant, in between all sorts of things. I plant them between my raspberry canes to help curb the spread of the runners. Overall, it's their resilience that I find most appealing, but with all the added benefits they are a worthy plant to have in any backyard farmer's toolbelt!

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Plant Profile: Chives (Allium schoenoprasum)

Let's talk about chives

Chives, Allium schoenoprasum

Description

Chives are a bulb-forming herbaceous perennial plant, growing to 30–50 cm (12–20 in) tall. The bulbs are slender, conical, 2–3 cm (3⁄4–1 1⁄4 in) long and 1 cm (1⁄2 in) broad, and grow in dense clusters from the roots. The scapes (or stems) are hollow and tubular, up to 50 cm (20 in) long and 2–3 mm (1⁄16–1⁄8 in) across, with a soft texture, although, prior to the emergence of a flower, they may appear stiffer than usual. The grass-like leaves, which are shorter than the scapes, are also hollow and tubular, or terete, (round in cross-section) which distinguishes it at a glance from garlic chives (Allium tuberosum). The flowers are pale purple, and star-shaped with six petals, 1–2 cm (1⁄2–3⁄4 in) wide, and produced in a dense inflorescence of 10-30 together; before opening, the inflorescence is surrounded by a papery bract. The seeds are produced in a small, three-valved capsule, maturing in summer. The herb flowers from April to May in the southern parts of its habitat zones and in June in the northern parts. (From Wikipedia // edited for Permapeople)

Benefits

  • Edible leaves
  • Edible flowers (great for infusing vinegars!)
  • Early season insect forage
  • Easy to propagate (by division)
  • Frost tolerant
  • Wet feet tolerant
  • Shade tolerant
  • Poor soil tolerant

All of these benefits make it an ideal companion to most vegetables, but don't plant alliums near legumes.

Propagation

Division

Chives propagate easiest by division. Once you have a good clump going, it's simple enough just to dig out a small chunk of bulbs and transplants it elsewhere.

Seed

Direct sow seed 4-6 weeks before last frost, ideally in soil with a pH of 6-7. Seeds should be planted 1cm deep in moist soil. Germination generally takes 12-21 days. Seeds will germinate once soil warms to around 20Β°C (68Β°F).

Utility

I use chives to improve and garnish new permanent beds. They bring bright purple colors early in the season, an attract all sorts of insects. They work well as a margin plant, in between all sorts of things. I plant them between my raspberry canes to help curb the spread of the runners. Overall, it's their resilience that I find most appealing, but with all the added benefits they are a worthy plant to have in any backyard farmer's toolbelt!

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Have: Papalo, Red Amaranth, Black Corn and various desert adapted plants. Want: Interesting or drought-tolerant plants I can eat.

I live in the high desert, and these plants have thrived in drought, extreme temperatures and inorganic, high-pH soil.

I have tons of and will share generously:

  • Herbs:
    • Papalo (Porophyllum ruderale)
    • Huacatay (Peruvian marigold, Tagetes minuta)
  • Vegetables:
    • Hopi Red Dye Amaranth (Amaranthus cruentus)
    • Cantaloupe (Cucumis melo var. reticulatus)
    • "Aztec" Black Sweet Corn (Zea mays)
  • Ornamental
    • Blanket Flower (Gaillardia Γ— grandiflora?)
    • Sacred Datura (Datura wrightii)
    • Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis)
    • Zinnia "Candy Cane Mix" (Zinnia elegans)
    • Purple Hollyhock (Alcea rosea)
    • Morning glory (Ipomoea purpurea)

In finite supply:

  • Herbs
    • Mrs. Burns' Lemon Basil (Ocimum basilicum var. citriodora)
    • Garlic Chives (Allium tuberosum)
    • Mexican Saffron (Safflower, Carthamus tinctorius)
  • Vegetables
    • Tomatillo (Physalis ixocarpa)
    • "Flamenco" tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)
    • Guarijio β€œNescafe” Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)
    • Pole Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)
      • "Four Corners Gold" Pole Beans
      • Black Pole Beans, possibly "Trail of Tears"
      • Red Kidney Beans
    • Mayo "Winter Bean" Garbanzo (Cicer arietinum)
    • DinΓ© Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo)
    • Sunchoke (Helianthus tuberosus)
  • Ornamental
    • Buffalo Gourd (Cucurbita foetidissima)
    • Chocolate Flower (Berlandiera lyrata)

I'm looking for drought-tolerant or unique/underutilized edibles. Especially:

  • Edible Amaranths such as:
    • Chinese Spinach (Amaranthus tricolor)
    • African Spinach (Celosia argentea)
    • Gomphrena haageana
    • Orach (Atriplex hortensis)
  • New World native herbs such as:
    • Mexican Mint Marigold (Tagetes lucida)
    • Agastache sp.
    • Jewels of Opar (Talinum paniculatum)
  • Legumes
    • Mesquite (Prosopis sp.)
  • Bug-resistant cucurbits
  • Cultivated purslane (Portulaca oleracea var. sativa)
  • Popping Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor)
  • Anything from Native Seeds SEARCH
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