Burgess Leek 2015 Hagood

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Burgess Leek 2015 Hagood
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Common English name Elephant garlic (OSS?)
Latin name Allium ampeloprasum [1]
Variety Burgess Heirloom Leek
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Oldest Source Bryan Burgess
Oldest Source location Ashville, AL
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Grower Charlotte Hagood
Growout Location Albertville, AL
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Zone 7a
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Received or Grown out 2015
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Burgess Leek 2015 Hagood
Allium ampeloprasum
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Allium ampeloprasum NOT FOR SALE Burgess Leek 2015 Hagood

Burgess Heirloom Leek

Allium ampeloprasum

OS: Bryan Burgess,
Ashville, AL

GROWER: Charlotte Hagood,
Albertville, AL

GROWOUT: 2015

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Elephant garlic   Zone: 7a
Burgess Heirloom Leek
Allium ampeloprasum
Grown by
Charlotte Hagood
in Albertville, AL
2015
Sand Mountain Seed Bank
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General Description

"Elephant Garlic"? Perennial leek, winter hardy. Produces a large bulb with a mild garlic flavor. Does not produce viable seed, must propagate by root division. Plant cloves in fall or early spring. Harvest when tops turn brown when the plant goes dormant in summer. Dry bulbs individually or braid and hang in dark cool place, pull cloves apart when ready to plant. .

History

Brian Burgess of Ashville AL Etowah county. Was an Heirloom growing on the land when he purchased his property in 1980's. Called a leek by the person he bought the property from.