English Name: Chives
German Name: Schnittlauch
Latin Name: Allium schoenoprasum
Released Date: 2016.07.04
Number of variant: 6
It is not clear, if he originated in Central Europe, Central Asia, or in the Mediterenean, but he is practicaly at home everywhere in the temperate zone of the northern hemisphere. Wild chive thrives on poriferous, eutrophic and humid soil and flowers from Mai to August. He proliferate through bulbils and seeds in the seventeenth century an apothecary thought, he would disturb sleep and impair sight. Only the special request of a country nobleman made him inscribe it into his herbal book. The little folk hang a bouquet of blossoms into their windows to avert misfortune, but parents have to look out, because the blossoms are tasty and a cheekily rascal might nibble them up. When a kobold got a cold, he rubs the juice on his chest to loosen the mucus.
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