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Re: Psuedodracontium , horizontal planting ?

At 08:06 AM 9/13/2008, you wrote:
No, I must have missed out on that one.  My leeks only get about 3 feet tall.  Do you have any pictures?


these are the size such that a three year old child can barely hold two of them!

according to photo in National Geographic!

PS a brit told me that in leek season the competition gets so fierce, folks go and raid each others prize leek gardens and KILL their huge leeks! yes, it comes down to cheating...and violence against vegetables!
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