Perennial Leek
Allium ursinum
This unique perennial produces annual harvests of tasty greens for soups and sauces. Hardy Perennial Leek dies back in the summer and re-sprouts in the fall. Winter hardy in the Pacific Northwest, it reportedly can be grown in colder regions where temperatures fall to minus 20°F. or below. Mulching with straw or other insulating material is advised during cold winters.
Hardy Perennial Leek
Allium ampeloprasum
This hardy perennial produces tasty, nutritious young greens all winter and sweet, mature shoots in the spring. 7795
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