Having planted out my Babington Leeks in Autumn I’m pleased that not only have they survived but have thrived.
I like alliums, chopped in a corned beef sandwich, baked whole, used to flavour stews, etc. and I tend to grow quite a few each year. Since getting the New Territories I’ve been thinking about having a perennial bed or two and have been looking at perennial alliums Continue reading All year Alliums Challenge 2016/17
Who doesn’t want heads of garlic as big as your fist with individual cloves almost as big as a regular head but with a mild garlic flavour that won’t loose your friends. Well that’s what Elephant Garlic gives you. Continue reading Elephant Garlic
On the way home this morning I bought myself a tray of leek seedlings to plant up for an experiment. Continue reading Baby leeks -Destined for experimentation
Lately I’ve been looking at a number of different edible perennial alliums and I’ve came across one which has piqued my interest. Continue reading Many-Flowered Garlic – A Potential Perennial Leek