Wild food foraging for ramps, spring onions, wild leeks are actually one in the same plant just by many different names. Did you know that there is a HUGE amount of different plants you can eat and taste great that people bypass every day without recognizing they are wasting food ?
Yes, let’s fight world hunger by eating more local food ( Edible Wild Plants) that you can pick for FREE ! Investing in the knowledge of how to harvest safely is a skill that has to be expanded by taking classes, reading books, joining plant identification groups and joining in on wild food foraging hikes.
Did you know we have a whole category for wild food foraging here on The Homestead Survival website ? You can find it by (Clicking Here).
Names: Ramps, Spring Onion, Wood Leek, Wild Leek, Ramson (although the true Ramson is another, very closely related European/Asian species, Allium ursinum)
Scientific Name: Allium tricoccum
Family: Amarylidaceae, Subfamily Allioideae / Alliaceae (The Amaryllis and Onion Family)