Leeks

Please refer to Leek Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 3g (approximately 1100 seeds) sows 40' direct-seeded or 120' as transplants.




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American Flag (Broad London) LEEK 3 g

American Flag (Broad London) LEEK 3 g

130 days. 'American Flag' is the standard variety for home gardens. Stems average 1-1/2" in diameter by 8 to 10" high, well-blanched from the base upward. Has a delicate onion flavor. Pkt.
$2.35

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King Richard LEEK 3 g

King Richard LEEK 3 g

Small crop, now sold out for 2014 (75 days) Early leek -- slender and tall (1" x 12"). Best for summer and early fall -- harvest before frosts drop below 20 degrees F.
$2.50

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King Sieg LEEK 3 g

King Sieg LEEK 3 g

84 days. [Stable cross of King Richard and Siegfried, from grower Beth Rathgorshek.] Short, thick shanks (3 × 6 in.) with blue-green leaves. Good variety for overwintering. Pkt.
$2.50

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King Sieg LEEK 14 g

King Sieg LEEK 14 g

84 days. [Stable cross of King Richard and Siegfried, from grower Beth Rathgorshek.] Short, thick shanks (3 × 6 in.) with blue-green leaves. Good variety for overwintering.
$6.75

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Perennial Leek (Oepri, Perlzwiebel) 2 oz.

Perennial Leek (Oepri, Perlzwiebel) 2 oz.

Now sold out for 2014

Ships in fall. Hardy perennial leek. Leaves die back in July/August and resprout in September. Makes loads of little bulbs (~5–20 per plant) that will also resprout. Young greens can be eaten all winter,...

$9.95

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