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STEP 1: Even hardy leeks can suffer in a cold winter. Some plants start to soften and others bolt. If left to their own devices, plants develop a hard core and a large flower head. Get the best out of leeks by nipping out any flower spikes as soon as you spot them. Remove any plants that have started to rot.

Use a fork to ease plants out of the ground. You

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