Please Note: We are taking Ramp orders that will ship in April-May of this year.
Ramps, Allium tricoccum, also know as spring onion, ramson, wild onion, wild garlic, wild leek, wood leek, are an edible native perennial woodland plant, that is an at risk plant. The entire plant can be eaten, including the roots at the bottom of the bulb. We have used the leaves as a crust for quiche, made Ramp Pesto, dehydrated them for later use, cooked up with eggs, really any dish you might use onions or garlic. The roots can be dehydrated for a crunchy topping for salads or other dishes.
They spread readily by bulb and seed and are easily dug and divided once established. Leaves emerge from the bulbs in the spring and die back when the weather gets warm. There about 40-60 bulbs in a pound of Ramps
We have an ever expanding carpet of Ramps (at least 10 acres) that emerge in the Spring and are available April & May, depending of course, on the weather.
All of the ramps we sell are sustainably harvested