Leeks are an indispensable vegetable related to onions and shallots. For a winter crop they are started from transplants by sowing seeds in March or April and planted out in June or July. Plant in rows 30cm apart, leaving 15cm between plants within a row.

For baby leeks seed can be sown any time and harvested at any size.

  • Bandit
    • Bandit

      A trusted variety that produces decent yields of good quality leeks ready for harvest mid winter to spring.

    • Bandit
    • £2.00
  • Jolant
    • Jolant

      An early leek ready for harvest in the autumn but does stands well throughout the winter.

    • Jolant
    • £2.00
  • Porbella
    • Porbella

      A suberb, high yielding mid-season leek that produces erect, sturdy shanks topped with dark green leaves.

    • Porbella
    • £2.20