RAMP FARM SPECIALTIES
The Ramp shows itself off as a beautiful flower
in the later part of June.
As the bloom fades away in July,
are formedcontaining the embryonic seed.
that contained the seed burst open in
late August, to reveal the seed.
After the seed has germinated,
ramps are often overlooked.
It will be another year
or so before
these ramps are fully matured.
matured and ready for harvest.
With a little patience and time,
patch can be obtained from bulbs or seeds.
The ramps are harvested
using a small hoe.
The "Ramp Quiche" is
just one of the
many ways to prepare the ramps.
This four leaf ramp is one of
unusual ramps on the Ramp Farm.
ramp is probably
the most unusual ramp found.
The ramp leaves die down, and
the seed stalk comes up to
prepare for the bloom and
the cycle starts all over again.
Photography by Glen Facemire, Jr.
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Ramp Farm Specialties
P.O. Box 48
Richwood, WV 26261
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