Allium tricoccum / Wild Leek


A beautiful ephemeral groundcover and a coveted gourmet wild onion. Its straps of lush foliage evoke tulips or lily-of-the-valley. Wild leek (aka Ramps) leaves are edible for sustainable harvesting, as is the pungent bulb. Foliage goes dormant by June and is followed by flowers and then seed. Deer resistant.

Height: <1′  Blooms: July

Habitat: Moist shade.

Provenance: NJ/PA


Additional information


Quart, Cube