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Allium tricoccum - Wikipedia


Allium tricoccum is a North American species of wild onion widespread across eastern Canada ... A person may have ramps in his or her possession outside the plant's natural environment, or may h...

Ramps ( Wild Leeks ) Seeds - Seedman.com


As one of the first plants to emerge in the spring, ramps were traditionally consumed as the season's first "greens". They were considered a tonic because they ...

United Plant Savers - RAMPS


May 17, 2016 ... The ramp (Allium tricoccum) has been favored for generations for its tasty garlic and onion flavor and as a spring tonic to cleanse the blood.

Cultivating Ramps: Wild Leeks of Appalachia


As one of the first plants to emerge in the spring, ramps were traditionally consumed as the seasons first “greens.” They were considered a tonic because they ...

Wild Ramps - Wild Leeks Bulbs Roots Plants For Sale


Wild Ramps - Leeks plants bulbs roots for sale. Wild Ramps a cross between a garlic and an onion. Buy Wild Ramps On line. How to grow Wild Ramps - Leek ...

What Are Ramps, Anyway? And Why Do Food Lovers Freak Out ...


Apr 24, 2015 ... Here's the short answer: ramps are a wild onion that grow during the spring ... The wild plants grow very slowly, taking up to four years to flower ...

Cropped: How to Grow Ramps - Modern Farmer


Sep 28, 2016 ... Ramps (Allium tricoccum) resemble a more delicate scallion and ... Even worse, this particular plant can take seven years to reach maturity.

Ramp Vegetable Plants – What Are Ramp Vegetables And Tips On ...


Apr 18, 2016 ... Ramp vegetable plants (Allium tricoccum) are native to the Appalachian Mountains, north into Canada, west into Missouri and Minnesota and ...



Entrance to the Ramp Farm located in. Richwood, West Virginia. The lush ramps are just about ready to be harvested at the Ramp Farm. Hello, we are Glen and ...

Growing Ramps | Rodale's Organic Life


Feb 23, 2012 ... Ramps, a.k.a. wild leek or Allium tricoccum, are a delicious spring food ... to harvest no more than 15 percent of the plants in any given year.