The robust, peppery flavor of Arugula adds zest to your salads. For maximum taste, harvest leaves when they are approximately 6" in height. Grow with other cool-weather greens, such as spinach, lettuce, and mustard. For fresh greens from the garden, stagger planting every 2 weeks during growing times.
Garden Tip: Arugula has uses beyond salad. It can be sauteed or cooked. Don't forget to try Arugula sprouts, too.
Planting Depth: 1/4"
Thin To: 6"
Sun/Shade: Sun to partial shade
Start Indoors: 3-4 weeks before late Spring frost
Plant Outdoors: After danger of frost/Again after midsummer heat
Maturity: 40 days