Lancelot is the ideal leek for all your fall dishes. With its bluish and erect foliage, Lancelot produces white stalks that can reach up to 30 cm in length. Lancelot can also be sown tight for a summer harvest of small, tender and juicy leeks.
CULTURAL PRACTICES: Slow vegetative development. Sow indoors in March and transplant as soon as the soil can be worked. Clear if too dense. SPACING: Transplant, leaving 15 cm between each plant. GROWING TIPS: When leaves of young leek are 6 to 8 cm long, it is recommended to cut the extremities so plants will grow bigger. Weed and draw earth up against plant base.
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