Wild Ramps

Also known as Ramps or Leeks

Wild Ramps

Allium tricoccum

Wild Ramps are a North American species of wild onion widespread across eastern Canada and the eastern United States. Wild Ramps are the first green to be seen from the ground in the spring, the season lasting from late March to early July. 

The ramp is edible from the tip of its green leaf right down to its fat, garlic-clove-like bulb,which is most often described as an intensely spicy mixture of green onion and garlic. Ramps are paired great with morels, fiddleheads, pastas, steaks and many other great dishes. Ramps can be enjoyed fresh, frozen, dried, and pickled.

Interested in wild ramps, morels, chanterelles, or fiddleheads?

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