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Plant: Leek (Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum) |

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Leek: Allium Amperloprasum Porrum

BOTANICAL INTERESTS: $2.39 750 mg Packet of Seeds Certified ORGANIC

120 Days to Harvest – Cool Season Crop – Plant Early Spring or Late Summer

HEIRLOOM: Sweet, mild onion relative wn’t overpower other flavors in a dish. A staple in Euro kitchens for centuries!

Days to emerge: 7-14 / Seed depth: 1/2" / Seed Space: 1/2" / Row Space: 12" / Thin: When 1" Tall, thin to 6" apart.

Leeks are a long season crop, the earlier you sow the better. Sow early spring 3 to 4 weeks before last frost for late summer harvest. Sow late spring for fall harvest and late summer for spring harvest (in mild winter climates)

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