Hello Richard, I planted all the perennial leeks into the same bed so yes most likely the rounded bulbs ones are yours. None have flowered yet so will keep an eye out on them this year and let you know.
Sorry to resurrect this thread, but I’ve been having a heck of a time sourcing seeds or bulbils for this variety in the US. Any domestic fellows that I could talk to about this leek?
Search for them on ebay. I bought bulbils from a guy in Tennessee (wildfoodie1) who lists them as both "topsetting leeks" and "survival leeks" pretty regularly. I inquired before purchasing them and he stated that they are both Babbingtons leeks. One auction is for bulbils from leeks grown in a garden bed and one is for bulbils from leeks surviving against more wild competition being grazed by goats. I just checked and he has both listings for them up right now (Feb 2022). I'm generally wary of buying plants that I don't have experience with from ebay but based on his pictures and the bulbils he sent me, I do believe that they are Babbingtons leeks. I planted them last fall when planting my other alliums so I'm expecting to see small plants this year, but the posts earlier in this thread about how fast they multiply has me excited.