Choose 3 or 5 lbs.
March – Mid-May
Wild onions (Allium triquetrum – aka Three-Cornered Leek) have a crisp texture and a pleasantly mild onion/leek flavor. They’re native to Europe and Africa, but are actually an invasive species in the Pacific Northwest, so you’re helping the environment by encouraging foragers to collect them.
Wild onions may arrive with flowers attached to the top. These are edible (and delicious!).
Store wild onions in a zip top bag in your fridge.
10 days to 2 weeks
RECIPES & TIPS
Chop them for use in salads, blend them with oil and other ingredients to make pesto, or add them as an ingredient to other dishes where you’d like a mild flavor of onion/leek.