Lancelot Leek Plants

(3 customer reviews)


50-60 Leek plants per bunch
Order 2-9 bunches for $17.50 each! Get an even better deal when you order 10 bunches for just $74.50!

  • Long, white shafts have blue/green upright flag, Open Pollinated
  • Size Potential: 12-14″ shafts
  • Days to Harvest: 75

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Availability: Out of Season


Lancelot Leeks are great for soups, salads, and roasting. Each full bunch of leek plants contains approximately 50-60 plants. Leeks are not day length sensitive. As long as you keep blanching them (throwing dirt up on the shaft), they will continue to grow. These long 12-14″ shafts are ideal for appearance and flavor. Leek plants are priced separately due to high production costs. Free growing guide included. Plant 4-5″ deep. Fertilize just like onions.

Additional information

Weight .6 oz

Free Shipping on all orders! Exclusions apply to AK and HI orders over ten bunches; add $2.00 per bunch over ten bunches or $40 per case for shipping/handling.

PRICING EXAMPLE: 1 bunch Copra + 1 bunch Sterling = 2 bunches for a total of $21.90. After 30 bunches, the pricing starts over. A 45 bunch order will be priced as a 30 bunch order plus a 15 bunch order ($105.00 + $75.00 = $180.00). *Alaska and Hawaii orders over 10 bunches, add $2.00 per bunch for shipping/handling.

Onion plant case lot discounts apply to single variety cases only (no mixing of varieties in the same box). Cases are field packed with the variety marked on the outside of the box. Multiple cases will be strapped together for shipment. For case lot orders, please include your UPS/FedEx shipping address. No PO Box deliveries, please. *Alaska and Hawaii customers: add $40 per case for additional shipping/handling. If you have any questions about your order, please call us at (830) 876-2430 or email us at

3 reviews for Lancelot Leek Plants

  1. Shannon Robinson

    These were strong seedlings that grew to large size with good leek flavor. We had a 95% survival rate out of the bunch of leeks that we received. Very pleased with them.

  2. Barry Andreasen

    planted in 2 spots with varying sunlight exposure. All did really well, though less sunlight area did not achieve same size as full. Didn’t count exact but suspect a similar survival rate (95%). Taste was excellent (made great leek soup and stock). Very pleased, ordering for next season.

  3. Laura

    This will be our third year planting Dixondale leeks in Oklahoma. They are easy to grow and delicious! Small ones get thrown on the grill while the larger ones get turned into soup. We use alfalfa to mound up around them as they grow to maximize the white base. Keeps them upright and clean.

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