Leek Varieties: All

Autumn Giant 3 Albana

Autumn Giant 3 Albana

Produces long thick white stems. Very hardy.
Type: Late
Sow: Mar-Apr
Harvest: Oct-May
Northern Lights F1

Northern Lights F1

Distinctive purple leaved leek when mature. Very hardy.
Type: Late
Sow: Mar-Apr
Harvest: Oct-Apr
Lancelot

Lancelot

A traditional type with good length stems.
Type: Early
Sow: Mar-May
Harvest: Aug-Dec
Chefs White

Chefs White

Eat young like for spring onions, or leave to develop good length stems.
Type: Early
Sow: Mar-Apr
Harvest: Sep-Dec
F1 Sprintan

F1 Sprintan

One of the fastest growing leeks for an earlier harvest.
Type: Early
Sow: Mar-Apr
Harvest: Aug-Nov
Prizetaker

Prizetaker

High quality stems suitable for showing.
Type: Early
Sow: Jan-Apr
Harvest: Aug-Jan
Musselburgh

Musselburgh

A traditional leek that produces thick but relatively short stems.
Type: Late
Sow: Mar-Apr
Harvest: Nov-Dec
Atal

Atal

A salad leek. Milder alternative to spring onions.
Type: Early
Sow: Apr-Jul
Harvest: Jun-Oct
Blue Green Autumn Neptune

Blue Green Autumn Neptune

Develops thick good sized stems. Stands well.
Type: Late
Sow: Mar-Apr
Harvest: Oct-Jan
F1 Below Zero

F1 Below Zero

A British bred hybrid variety able to withstand very cold winters.
Type: Late
Sow: Mar-Apr
Harvest: Dec-May
Bandit

Bandit

A leek with a reputation for growing well even in bad cold weather.
Type: Late
Sow: Mar-Apr
Harvest: Nov-Apr