*sustainably wild harvested in northern Vermont

 

Ramps are a native plant found in the moist woodlands of eastern North America. Also called wild leeks and wild onions (Allium tricoccum), these plants were once only found in the wild. Due to their newfound fame amongst foragers and chefs alike, Ramps have become a specialty food item and are now highly sought after. They can be grown as a garden vegetable and in an age where wild plants such as leeks are being overharvested, growing them is important for our native wild ecosystems. Ramps have a flavor that blends spring onions and garlic and are delicious eaten on their own or added to dishes to bring sophisticated flavor to food. Ramps have a pinkish/white flower that tends to emerge as the leaves are fading and are very lovely. Ramps are a native plant found in the moist woodlands of eastern North America. Also called wild leeks and wild onions (Allium tricoccum), these plants were once only found in the wild. Due to their newfound fame amongst foragers and chefs alike, Ramps have become a specialty food item and are now highly sought after. They can be grown as a garden vegetable and in an age where wild plants such as leeks are being overharvested, growing them is important for our native wild ecosystems. Ramps have a flavor that blends spring onions and garlic and are delicious eaten on their own or added to dishes to bring sophisticated flavor to food. Ramps have a pinkish/white flower that tends to emerge as the leaves are fading and are very lovely.

Ramp- Wild Leek (Allium tricoccum)

$5.00Price
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