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Leek Krypton – Plants

delicious Vegetable In Time For Christmasdisease Resistant To Rustroyal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Meritif You Enjoy The Superior Flavour Of Home Grown Vegetables Then Leek Krypton Is An Excellent Choice.this Home-grown Vegetable Not Only Tastes Great It Looks Great Too With Its Tall Spires. A Compact, Upright Habit Makes It A Great Option For Smaller Plots, Raised Beds Or Even Vegtrugs.delicious To Cook And With Outstanding Health Benefits It’s Easy To See Why Leeks Are Still 'top Of The Crops' In Allotments And Gardens Up And Down The Uk.highly Disease Resistant To Leek Rust Krypton Is Dependable And So Rewarding At Harvest Time In Autumn And Up To Christmas.

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Leek Musselburgh X40- Plants

great For The British Climatelooks Great, Taste Greatdisease-resistantthis Is The Variety For You If You Want To Enjoy The Great Taste Of Home-grown Leeks. Every Leek Is Big, You Can Harvest Them From Late Summer Right Through To Spring And They Are Disease-resistant So Musselburgh Is Dependable And Easy-to-grow. leeks Look Great In The Garden Too; They Give Beds Structure And Drama With Their Firework-like, Strappy Leaves.musselburgh Is A Mid-season, Mild-flavoured Leek With Short, Thick White Stems. It’s Extremely Winter-hardy And Therefore Very Popular In Colder Areas Where Its Reliability Is Second To None, Making It One Of The Best Varieties Available.

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Leek Terminal Plants X40

Great Healthy, Vigorous Early-variety Of Tasty Leek, Ready To Harvest From Mid-summer So You Can Be Adding To Summer Dishes And Autumn Recipes Before The Onset Of Winter. Uniform In Growth These Make An Attractive Addition To Your Vegetable Patch And Don’t Take Up Too Much Space.leeks Appreciate A Sunny Spot So Bear This In Mind When Sowing Or Planting. Prepare Your Soil Well Before Sowing Leeks Or Adding Young Plants. In The Winter Add Lots Of Bulky Compost Or Manure To The Soil To Increase The Nutrient Levels.your Plants Should Arrive To You In A Plastic Blister Pack Which Provide A Suitable Humid Environment Around The Leaves While In Transit Before Delivery To Your Home.on Arrival Remove All Packaging And Water The Soil Of The Small Leek Plants So That It Is Moist But Not Waterlogged. Look To Plant Up In Their Permanent Position Straight Away If Possible. If You Have To Wait, Keep Plants In A Light Place Away From Direct Sunlight And Keep The Soil Of The Small Plants Moist At All Times. Plant Up In Their Permanent Position Within Seven Days.to Really Put The Young Plants In Good Stead, Add A General Purpose Fertiliser To Your Soil A Couple Of Weeks Before Planting.transplant Young Plants Into The Ground In Late Spring/early Summer. They Should Be About 20cm (8in) In Length And About The Thickness Of A Pencil.for Their Eventual Planting Hole Use A Dibber To Create A Long Thin Hole 15cm Deep. Drop The Young Plants In The Holes And Fill The Holes With Water. You Don’t Need To Fill The Soil With Soil As The Leeks ‘girth-out’ Quickly To Fill Them.when Harvesting In Late Summer To Autumn Lift Carefully With A Border Fork.