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quick plant co-planating (*un*companiable planting) question: leeks

REMF33REMF33 Posts: 717
I've not grown them before... (well except fo a failed attempt in pots): is there anything I shouldn't plant them with other than peas and beans? Will courgettes be ok?


  • NollieNollie Posts: 7,316
    Leeks are fine with most things so should be fine with courgettes. Like any allium, carrots benefit from their interplanting. They are the least damaging of the alliums to legumes but still sensible not to plant them too close to those.
    Mountainous Northern Catalunya, Spain. Hot summers, cold winters.
  • REMF33REMF33 Posts: 717

    It's a bit late to sow carrots, I guess...?

    I am so behind with everything this year, but large bits of the first 6 months were intermittently wiped out. This is only my first lot of courgettes.
  • REMF33 said:

    It's a bit late to sow carrots, I guess...?

    Not at all.. try Autumn King.
  • REMF33REMF33 Posts: 717
    edited July 2022
    @Chris-P-Bacon thank you! Will order some seed.
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