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Arugula, Rocket (Roquette).   Non-GMO. Heirloom

Diplotaxis tenuifolia


NonGmo Organic Arugula


 Arugula, also known as salad or garden rocket,is one of the nutritious green-leafy vegetable of Mediterranean origin.

Tender rounded leaves inject peppery pizzazz to mixed salads. Can be enjoyed as a salad soloist, simply accompanied by a vinaigrette dressing. Seeds can be sown any time during the season. Best harvested young, after about 35 days. Arugula prefers cool weather.Can be sown in early spring and in fall.


Plant : Annual

Site: Full sun/Part Sun

Days to maturity : 35-45 days

Seed depth:1/4 "

Plant Spacing: 6-12"

Approx packet size: 250 seeds

Temperature preference: 45-65F


 Edible Flowers: The white flowers with dark pink veins are edible, and can be harvested as they appear. Sprinkle them over salads or add to vegetable stir-fries. Flavor is spicy and nutty. Popular choice for brightening up salad mixes.


How to grow:


Arugula can be easily sown from seed and you can begin planting as soon as the soil thaws in spring. Find a spot in full sun or partial shade, and sow seeds 1/4-inch-deep in rows 10 inches apart, leaving about an inch between each. If you prefer, you can also broadcast seeds and thin later to 3 or 4 inches apart.


Health Benefits:
Arugula health benefits include protects your heart, could help control weight, improves eye health, reduces cancer risk, helps with digestion, helps control blood pressure, helps prevent diabetes, delivers vitamin K and calcium for healthy bones, good for your skin, may add years to your life, enhance athletic performance, acts as a great detoxifier, helps reduce inflammation in the body, and may improve cognitive function.



Arugula ' Rocket' Wild

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