grown in Oregon, USA
approx. 2 oz. bunches
2-3 wild onions
Wild onions can be identified by their thin, waxy spear-like leaves. Wild onions have flat leaves while wild garlic has round leaves. Wild onions grow from white bulbs.
The bulb, stem, flower stem, and flower are all edible, although the flower's stem tends to be a bit tough and woody. You can enjoy all parts of wild onions, either raw or cooked.