Ramp seeds ,Wild Leek Seeds (Allium tricoccum) best tasting onion
Ramp,Wild Leek Seeds (Allium tricoccum) Seeds Perennial,Considered by many to be the best tasting member of the onion family.
There are no two ways about it: Whether you use the leaves or the bulbs, this is simply the best-tasting member of the entire onion family, wild or commercial. You can use the leaves or bulbs raw or cooked. Any cooking method works, taking 5-15 minutes. YouÃll find that ramps are terrific,
Known as ramps in the culinary world, this wild leek is used much like onions or garlic. With a scallion-like bulb rooted just below the surface, they are hunted and harvested as rare delicacies. In the wild they are found in groups with broad, smooth, light green leaves, often with deep purple or burgundy tints on the lower stems. Though not prized for their blooms, small clusters of white flowers do grace this species.
( Allium tricoccum ) Considered by many to be the best tasting member of the onion family. The leaves are are very tender early in the Spring and the bulb is edible year round, though they can toughen up in the summer.
Broad, smooth, light green leaves, often with deep purple or burgundy tints on the lower stems begin arriving in small troops as soon as the snow disappears.
ramp seeds can be sown anytime the soil is not frozen, late summer to early fall is usually considered the best time for seeding ramps.
Origin: US Native Wildflower
Other Common Names: Small White Leek, Ramp
Bloom Time: Summer
Height: 6 in to 9 in
Spacing: 12 in to 15 in
Light: Part Sun to Woodland
Soil Moisture: Medium
USDA Zone: 3a-8b
Germination: Sow seeds just below moist soil surface at 70F for 1 month. Move to 30F for 1 month, then bring back to 60F
Materials: Spring,Early,Fall Planting,Untreated Seeds,organic,plant in the Garden,Soup,Stews and Stir fry,Ramp,Wild Leek Seeds,Allium tricoccum
Can’t really give any review since I have not used them yet! The order came fast and looks great so far! Will come back later!