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Old September 22, 2013   #6
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Thanks for the tips, everyone. I definitely cut back the leaves of my mature chives. I was just wondering if it's OK to do with chives in their "baby" state, meaning thin and newly sprouted. My fear was that if I cut too early, that it may end up killing them. They've gotten so long that they fall over and get tangled up among each other. It sounds like it should be OK to trim them a bit.

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