Allium tricoccum (commonly known as ramp, ramps, spring onion, ramson, wild
leek, wood leek, and wild garlic) is a North American species of wild onion ...
Their sharp flavor is characteristic of a combination of garlic and onion. Ramps
are easily recognized by their 1 or 2 broad leaves measuring 1 to 2 1/2 inches ...
(Exhibit A.) Much ado about a wild onion? Perhaps. Ramps are definitely
delicious — a peppery and pungent cross between onion and garlic — and their
Feb 16, 2012 ... Ramps, or from Wikipedia: Allium tricoccum -- known as the ramp,spring onion,
ramson, wild leek, wood leek, and wild garlic -- is an early ...
They have creamy white root ends that become a lovely pink hue further up and end in wide, pointed leaves that, as long as the ramps
are picked when young, are tender and as edible as the white part near the roots. Their flavor is not unlike that of green onions
(a.k.a... More »
Apr 24, 2015 ... Here's the short answer: ramps are a wild onion that grow during the spring in
Eastern Canada and the U.S. They're sometimes referred to as ...
May 19, 2014 ... How to forage for, harvest, store, prepare and preserve wild onions of all kinds,
from ramps to nodding onions to invasive three-cornered leeks.
Wild Onions/Garlic and Spiderwort growing along the road near Ocala Florida. ...
Unlike onions and garlic, ramps have wide leaves but are used the same way.
Learn to identify wild leeks, AKA ramps or wild onions.
Apr 23, 2013 ... ... the ground are ramps, as divisive an ingredient as you'll find: Some people go
crazy for the little wild onions, driving demand (and prices) up.