Allium tuberosum 'Geisha'

Geisha Garlic Chives

  • Garlic and chive flavored foliage is tubular and slightly flattened
  • Use as you would chives or scallions
  • Useful and easy to grow
  • Fragrant
  • Strong scent of garlic and onions when crushed
  • Clumping form
  • White globes attract butterflies in late summer and into the fall
  • 2015 AAS Vegetable Award Winner

Incredibly useful and easy to grow, Garlic Chives will be a welcome addition to any garden, herbal or otherwise. 'Geisha' has long, slightly flattened, tubular, grass-like foliage that makes a fragrant clump in the garden and features the strong scent of garlic and onions when crushed. Garlic Chives are ready for use immediately and constantly throughout the season. The plant grows aggressively so you'll never be short of it for flavoring a wide range of meals throughout the season.

Award Winning
Foliage Color
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Butterflies
Flower Color
Sara's Superb Herbs
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Late Summer
Full Sun
Soil Moisture
Dry Soil
Average Water
Growing & Maintenance Tips for Allium tuberosum 'Geisha'

Thirives in full sun and normal to dry soils. Fertilize with compost at planting time and then regularly with an all purpose, organic vegetable food according to package instructions. Over watering can cause the bulb to rot, so water moderately. Remove spent flowers to reduce seedlings next season.