Arugula (Roquette)

Culture: Arugula is a cool-weather crop that requires loose, rich, moist soil. Sow seeds in the spring as soon as the soil can be worked, with successive sowings 3-4 weeks apart. Sow 1/4 in. deep, 1 in. apart, in rows 8-12 in. apart, thinning to 4-6 in. apart.

About 500 seeds per gram

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Arugula 1.5 g

Arugula 1.5 g

(Eruca sativa) 40 days. Distinctive, sharp, peppery leaves are best harvested when 2-3 in. long. A nice accent for mixed salads. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in creamed soups. Pkt 1.5 g, about 750...
$2.25

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Arugula 7 g

Arugula 7 g

(Eruca sativa) 40 days. Distinctive, sharp, peppery leaves are best harvested when 2-3 in. long. A nice accent for mixed salads. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in creamed soups. (7 g)

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$4.50

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Arugula 28 g

Arugula 28 g

(Eruca sativa) 40 days. Distinctive, sharp, peppery leaves are best harvested when 2-3 in. long. A nice accent for mixed salads. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in creamed soups. (28 g)

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$5.50

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Even' Star Winter Arugula 1 g

Even' Star Winter Arugula 1 g

(Eruca sativa) Freeze-hardy to about 6°F. Bred at Even’ Star Farm for more than 10 years to grow fast and vigorously with little rain, soil fertility, or coddling. Excellent in open fields, greenhouses, or hoophouses. Dislikes poorly drained or flooded soils. Pkt (1 g)
$2.75

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