Allium tricocum - Woodleek, Ramps
Two leaves emerge from the ground very early in the spring, one of the first things to appear in the woods, bearing white flowers. This plant is well known for its great tasting root, resembling the taste of garlic or onions. Many places have Ramp Festivals to celebrate the Spring season. these are also served in many of the finer restaurants. Must have a wet location, often found along creeks and springs, will spread slowly in time.
Shade, Rich Moist Soil, Spring, 6-12 in Tall, Zones 4-9