Allium tricoccum / Wild Leek
An ephemeral groundcover and a coveted wild edible. Lush, strap-like foliage. Wild Leek (also called Ramps) leaves are edible, as is the pungent bulb. Foliage goes dormant by June and is followed by flowers and then seed. Deer resistant.
SOLD AS A POTTED BULB. WILL NOT BE FULLY ROOTED DUE TO EPHEMERAL NATURE OF ROOTS/FOLIAGE IN SPRING
Height: <1′ Blooms: July
Siting: Moist, well-drained soil, part shade to shade
Deer Resistance: High
*MAIL ORDER NOTE – To protect delicate foliage, this plant will ship bagged, not in a pot.*