Yes! Wild onions can be found all over the world, and several species are treated as culinary delicacies, such as the ramp, also known as Allium tricoccum. Gardeners sometimes find these members of the onion family irritating, because they can be difficult to eradicate from flowerbeds and lawns. Like cultivated onions, wild onions have a distinctive sharp flavor and scent. Many wild onions have a very strong odor, which can sometimes make them very easy to identify when they are growing in the wild. As a general rule, the leaves, bulb, and flowers of wild onions can all be eaten, with most people concentrating on the leaves, rather than the bulb, as wild onions tend to develop small bulbs with shallow roots.
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