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Argula is known for its unique, peppery flavor, similar to wasabi or horseradish.  Dark green, deeply lobed leaves grow upright for easy harvesting.Plants are ready to be harvested in as little as 35 days. 


Arugula is fast-growing, so because of that, it needs a lot of water. Directly after sowing or transplanting, make sure you give your plants a nice drink. Then, keep the soil moist

throughout the growing period. It’s best to water in the morning because this gives the water some time to soak into your soil without being evaporated too quickly.


One of the many things that make arugula easy to grow is that it can be grown in the backyard garden soil, but you can also easily grow arugula in a planter, raised bed or even a small pot on a window edge - as long as they have a minimum soil depth of 6-8 inches.


When harvesting arugula, if you cut 2 inches above the soil line, the mature plant will continue to produce new growth providing you with continuous supply. It’s a cool weather plant that keeps on giving. Towards late summer, be sure to allow some plants to flower and go to seed, to either collect or fo


In the culinary world arugula is used as an herb, a salad green and even a leaf vegetable, making it a versatile ingredient in the kitchen. It can be used both raw and cooked.



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