Leeks are easy to grow once you know what conditions they require. The article below is taken from the Bonnie Plants website and has very good information on growing leeks.
In the supermarket, leeks cost a premium; harvested from the garden, they’re a bargain. Leeks are most famous for leek and potato soup, but they’re also good steamed like asparagus, oven-roasted, chopped in quiche, or wrapped in ham and baked (perhaps with a little cheese on top).
Frost-tolerant leeks thrive in cool weather. In zones 7 and warmer, plants can overwinter in the ground, making them perfect for fall planting. In northerly zones, tuck plants into beds in early spring, as soon as soil can be worked.
Read the full article on the BonniePlants website.
Go over to the following page to watch a short video showing an easy way to plant your leeks.