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Fresh Wild Ramps – Wild Leeks For Sale

The first ramp plants of 2015 will be shipping out during the week of 4-6-15.

The picture you see below is the current size of the ramp plants. This size (average) is what we will be shipping out during the week of 4-6-15. Most local folk prefer them this size, but a lot of culinary folks prefer the larger leafier ramps. If you want big leafy ramps, check back next weekend for a new photo and you can see if they are large enough for you. If you want the smaller ones (as shown below) please order now and your ramps will be shipped out the week of 4-6. If you want larger ones, please wait another week or two before you place your order.

Early Wild Ramps

How many pounds of ramps would you like? Please click on your selection below.







Your wild ramps orders are shipped via USPS Priority Mail (2-3 day delivery) and all prices include shipping. (US shipping only)

Ramps and other fresh edibles are highly perishable and fragile. For this reason you should have them shipped at a location where you are available to receive your shipment when it comes.Your work is a great place to have your ramps shipped to if you have cannot be home to accept delivery.

Expect your ramps to be delivered on Wednesday or Thursday. Someone should be available to accept delivery. USPS will drop the package if no one is there.

In rare cases of severe weather, USPS planes run behind schedule. USPS nor Wild West Virginia Ramps stand behind perishables which spoil due to inclement weather. Please advise if your order is way late and we will try to make a claim and get you out another shipment.

Ramps may lose up to a tenth of a pound per pound due to water evaporation during shipment.

Ramps do come from the woods so don’t be alarmed if you find some ants or other bugs on the ramps. These guys also know what’s good! Clean, cook, and enjoy.

If your order does not arrive fresh, and has spoiled, know that every possible step has been taken. I will try to make it right with you with another shipment, but you will have to pay for the shipping costs again.

By placing your order, you have agreed to these terms.

It’s that time of year again in West Virginia. The fresh spring air is filled with the pungent smell of Wild Ramps growing deep in the mountains. A lot of people have been suggesting that I go out and dig some ramps for them. While I don’t mind doing this for a few people, the amount of people wanting the ramps has far exceeded my means of giving them away for only a shipping charge. I am now selling ramps, and will strive to bring you the best ramps on the internet.

Ramps appear first in their southern range in late March. The season finally ends in the far north in early-to-mid May.

The folk medicine reputation which holds both Ramps and Wild Leeks to be powerful healers turns out to be well deserved. They are high in Vitamins C and A, and full of healthful minerals and have the same cholesterol-reducing compounds found in garlic and other members of this family.

This is a seasonal item with selling dates ranging from March to May. If you can see the payment buttons above, then I have fresh ramps that are ready to be shipped!

I dig your fresh ramps each weekend. All orders are packed and shipped out Monday and Tuesday. (I don’t like to ship later in the week because I don’t want anyone’s ramps to have to sit in a mail truck over the weekend.)



  1. hello bucky, how many young leaks are there in a pound……{count}

  2. Hi, I just ordered ramps from you. I was reminded to make sure we get ones with leaves on them rather than just the bulbs. One year we ordered too early and they didn’t have the leaves yet. We eat the green part, too! Also, when do they ship?

  3. Barbara Grubbs

    April 4, 2014 at 10:09 am

    How do I order ramps.

  4. Barbara, do you see the paypal button in the post above? You have to order through that.

  5. Can I add more to my order just by making another order? I’m trying to bribe my brother to come help move…. :) Also, have any good recommendations on canning recipes for ramps?

  6. Vanessa, there was a book at our library called “The Foothills Cuisine of Blackberry Farm” that had a canned ramps recipe in it. I was upset because gorgeous ramps were on the cover but it only had ONE recipe in it!

  7. Sarah Atcheson

    April 8, 2014 at 6:43 pm

    Can I order 6 lb.?

  8. Sarah Atcheson

    April 8, 2014 at 8:40 pm

    Please help, I ordered ramps last year from a different address and now I can,t get the new info thru, I have tried about 5 times without sucess.I am 82 and my memory
    Is not too good and I am getting too confused to keep trying. Thanks

  9. I was wondering if you need help in filling your orders. My holler is full of wild ramps you could say over ran with them. I dig for myself and older neighbors.
    Thanks Tracy

  10. It sure does.

  11. I would like some ramp bulbs, maybe 3 dozen or so.

  12. I’d purchase some bulbs to see if I could get them to grow here! I tried with seeds and didn’t have any luck.

  13. Yes how much

  14. Yes I Would Be Interested In Bulbs

  15. Krystal Ashcraft

    January 9, 2015 at 12:20 pm

    I live in western Washington State, not sure if the climate here is good for growing ramps, but I’d sure be interested in trying!

  16. Yes I’d be interested in trying the bulbs


  18. yup I knew it was early but figgered better get started now

  19. Do you buy ramps

  20. I live in Ohio. There are some ramps around here, but not like in W.Va. How much would it cost for 5 lbs. of bulbs?

  21. Helene Mcdaniels

    March 24, 2015 at 8:44 pm

    Are the ramps ready?

  22. don’t forget about me

  23. how much does a bushel of ramps weight roughly?

  24. A bushel of ramps would weigh about maybe 20lbs

  25. I live in Chesapeake Virginia. Approximate date you will be taking orders for shipment? Since living down here, I really miss them.

  26. I plan on ordering a pound to replant them the weekend after receiving them. Should I refrigerate them for those few days?

  27. Did you ever find out the approximate number of ramps per pound? I was also wondering if the ramps come untrimmed so they are still good for transplanting?

  28. Would the ramps be plantable when they arrive? I have a wooded area on a northeast facing slope in the piedmont of North Carolina and I want to grow some ramps if possible on my little farm. If they aren’t plantable, I still would like to order them for eating!

  29. What is the best time to order ramps. I like them with leaves and medium size white part. Are they cleaned when shipped. When is the latest you can order before you sell out.

    • They are not cleaned when shipped. If you want that size ramp, next week would probably be a good time to order. The latest to order is when they start to flower. That should be about 4 weeks from now.

  30. What are they shipped in?

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