Fresh Wild Ramps – Wild Leeks For Sale
No more ramps for 2019. Bulbs should be available in November.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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.
I typically on ship ramps on Mondays and Tuesdays, so you should expect your ramps to be delivered on Wednesday or Thursday. Someone should be available to accept delivery. USPS will drop the package off if no one is there and your perishable ramps could set out in the sun and ruin.
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.
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.)