Wild West Virginia Ramps For Sale!

Fresh West Virginia Mountain Ramps (Wild Leeks) For Sale!

Wild West Virginia Ramps

Please take note that I have created an official ramp website located at WildWestVirginiaRamps.com. You will now have to purchase your ramps from there.

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 cheapest price on the internet. How can I do this? I dig and package each pound of ramps myself to keep costs low, that’s how.

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 below, 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.)

Please take note that I have created an official ramp website located at WildWestVirginiaRamps.com. You will now have to purchase your ramps from there. It’s still me behind the scenes, but the website is dedicated to the ramp.

57 thoughts on “Wild West Virginia Ramps For Sale!”

  1. Are ramp (wild leeks) still available for planting this year – if so I would like to purchase a pound, or what ever quantity yiu sell – just for a home garden

      1. I love and miss ramps! It’s been several years since I’ve had any. This will save us a costly trip to West Virginia!!
        My husband has never tasted these delightful wild onions. We reside in Florida. I’ve disclosed my email address
        With this response. Please let me know how much you charge per pound. My husband deserves to
        Taste these wonderful creations!!

      2. I really want some of your wonderful ramps. Please let me know when I can purchase them and the cost and do you take pay pal for payment? Thanks Stanice

  2. how much do you charge for your ramps? I was born and raised in wv but had to move to florida in 97 to help take care of my parents. We haven’t had ramps since and i was thrilled to find your site.

  3. I want to buy ramps ready to eat and also to plant in a garden. Please send me a price list and how soon they will be ready. I have been told they can be purchased by the bushel.

  4. Hello Bucky, I am shopping for some ramps for our students to plant in our school garden. Please let me know if and when they are available.

    Many thanks. Emmie Karam, Advisor.

  5. I would very much like to purchase some ramps. Just let me know what you charge and how to place my order.
    Thanks and happy gardening!
    Ellen

  6. I would like to know how much ur selling ur ramps for I haven’t had them in years and my fiance’ has NEVER had them can u believe that??? So I told her that I would order some and let her try them. I would like to get a couple of pounds if possible.And I just told her that she has to eat a raw one and I ain’t kissin her for three days lol

  7. I would like to get some ramp for growing in my garden (complete with leaves, bulbs, and roots). How do you sell? By pound or by number of bulb/stalk? I hear that they are endangered and so would not want too many if that would cause you to gather more than the population can regenerate. Please let me know when you can ship. Thank you very much.

    Ann

  8. I live in Ga but wv my home grew up on ramps, i’ m 81 years old, can’t smell anymore which means i can’t taste either but I still crave ramps from memory. I have had a few sent me over the years but don’ see that happening this year. I would like to put my order in for 3or4 pound, I like them fully grown with th green leaves filled out . Look foreward to hearing from you. sincerely , Sarah Atcheson

  9. Hi Bucky, Any more word from you ramps? It is not a problem if they are late. Everything here ( End of Long Island) if also late. We are adding ramps to our school garden and the kids are anxious to try what to them is a new delicacy! I have been talking it up for months! Thanks. Emmie Karam

  10. Can you let me know when you have my dad and grandparents in Florida, sister in Texas and me in Maryland would like to have some please. Thanks.

  11. Hmmm… looks like you’re going to be real busy when the snow melts. I’d better get in line. Can’t wait to make some ramp pizza!

  12. Would you please let me know when your harvesting? I would like perhaps 3-4 pounds. Could I also know what the price per pound be?

      1. Is there dirt and leaves on them though? I had ordered from one place two years ago and the bag was just mostly dirt!

  13. Hey Bucky!

    I got my leeks today! Thanks! I think this is my 3rd or 4th year of getting them from you and you never disappoint! And I think I’ve already eaten most of the first pound. 🙂

    I’d like to get some of the larger later season leeks as well. Think they’ll be large and leafy in a few weeks?

  14. Please put me on your list to notify me when you hsve rsmps available i realy wanted to buy some. I thought they wetr ready in may.

  15. I use to live in Webster Springs, WV but now live in South Florida. Miss Ramps so much. Please let me know when you are selling them, Thanks in advance

  16. Hello
    I am looking to buy some ramps for my garden , is it possible to order some for this fall – if not If there a list for spring please put me on it I would like a 100 bulbs.

  17. my mother is from west virginia and is now 86 years old. she very much would like to try and grow ramps. we live in southwest colorado. do you they would grow here in my garden?

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