Leek TITUS 100 seeds

SKU: Allium porrum
$3.49
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Leek Titus (Allium porrum) is a very fertile variety for the autumn harvest. In its cultivation, it is possible to sow directly into the ground, not recommended for most leek varieties. The plant produces stiff,...
Leek Titus (Allium porrum) is a very fertile variety for the autumn harvest. In its cultivation, it is possible to sow directly into the ground, not recommended for most leek varieties. The plant produces stiff, erect, massive pseudo-stems, 20-25 cm long. The bulbous bulbs are not clearly marked, the leaves take an intense green-blue color, are thick, firm and rich in valuable nutrients, including: vitamin B9 (folic acid), vitamins C, E, K, iron, sulfur, magnesium, potassium, sodium, calcium and other micronutrients. This mid-late variety is best suited for freezing and eating raw, in salads, salads, sauces and soups.

Leek seeds Titus are sown in early spring in polytunnels or - from March - into open ground. Abundant emergence and nicely formed, lush pseudo-stems can be expected in any fertile, well-cultivated, moist and sufficiently compact garden soil. Harvesting is from September to November, depending on the sowing date.

The package contains 1 g. Around 100 seeds.

Allium porrum