Hello ramps officionados, Jim, Allium tricoccum is found throughout Missouri, and much of eastern North America, some links provided. I just posted a photo on the NARGS Forum showing a few variegated plants that Darrell Probst found in Massachusetts, take a look at the following link (click on thumbnail image to enlarge). http://nargs.org/smf/index.php?topic=576.0 USDA plant profile and map: http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile/?symbol=ALTR3 Flora of North America species description, 2nd link is a distribution map: http://efloras.org/florataxon.aspx/… Cheers, Mark McDonough email@example.com Massachusetts, USA Alpine-L List-Owner NARGS Forum Moderator & co-Admin free forum membership at http://nargs.orf/smf/ ============================== > From: James Waddick <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: [pbs] Ramps > > Dear Friends, > I just learned that Allium tricoccum , AKA 'wild leek' AKA 'Ramps' is > native to my state of MO, but patchy and scattered through the state. > Just not right in my part so I have never had the joy of a ramps > eating binge. > > Anyone in E. US a fan of this Allium? Is it worth trying to > cultivate as an edible?