South Yorkshire, United Kingdom
I planted my Leek plants out in April. During say August they began to produce stems with flowers, I decided that this meant they were going to seed and needed pulling and eating. Some where tough, others not so much and all were very tiny. The remaining plants I left - they are now plumping out well and have recently eaten one that was a good size. Perhaps I should have left them all in the ground in August and left them to get larger?
- 23 Oct, 2012