Arugula (Eruca sativa) - 200 Seeds

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Due to its deliciously spicy flavor, arugula is the ideal herb to flavor your salad. You can either harvest the baby leaves after 20 days or wait 40 days to harvest the full leaves. The flavor of loose heads of dark green leaves is at its peak when they are 2-3" long. Every three weeks, plant arugula seeds for a constant crop.

•Heirloom
•Non-GMO
•Open Pollinated
•American Grown Seeds
•40-45 Days
•USDA Zone: 3-12

Growing Instructions:
When all danger of frost has passed, direct sow arugula in full sun or partial shade, 1/4" deep and 3-6" apart in rows 10" apart. For continuous harvest, plant a new crop every 2-3 weeks until the heat of summer. Arugula tastes better when grown as a spring or fall crop since excess heat causes bitterness in the leaves. For a fall crop, plant the seeds in late summer. Arugula also grows well as a container plant or throughout winter in a greenhouse or a cold frame. Arugula can tolerate light frost, but if heave frost comes, provide protection for the plant. Keep arugula soil moist. Adding a layer of mulch can help with this.


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