Organic Arugula Herb Seeds (1g)

Product Number: ARUGULA
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Organic Arugula Herb (1g) Description:
Arugula, sometimes called "Salad Rocket" has a distinctive peppery taste that makes it a welcome addition to mixed greens. It is also rich in flavonoids and other nutrients. This hardy plant is friendly to most growing regions, making it a favorite in many home gardens. Grow your own Arugula crop using 100% heirloom seeds from Patriot Seeds. Our organic herb seeds are dried and stored in airtight, military-grade Mylar packages that can be used to store seeds for 5+ years. The seeds are also non-hybrid, non-GMO and certified organic by the USDA and California Certified Organic Farmers. When you're ready to declare your food independence, buy Patriot Seeds!

Organic Herbs: Arugula Planting Instructions:
Arugula prefers full sun and can germinate quickly even in cold soil. Plant seeds 1/4 inch deep and 4" apart in rows 15" apart. You can start planting as soon as the ground can be worked. Firm soil lightly and water gently. When seedlings are 3" tall, thin to 6" apart. Arugula grows well in containers if a fertile soil blend is used. Make new plantings every 2 to 3 weeks for a continuous harvest. Stop planting 3 to 4 weeks before the first frost in the fall.

Organic Herbs: Arugula Harvesting Instructions:
About 35 to 40 days after planting, the leaves will be ready for harvest. Start by picking the outside leaves at the base of the plant. The center leaves should be left for future harvests. Reduce heat and moisture stress to slow bolting. Also, provide some shade for warm-season plantings. Stop your harvest once plants flower, as the leaves will become bitter. The Arugula flowers are also edible.

Did You Know This About Arugula?

In Ancient Rome, Arugula was used as a powerful aphrodisiac, according to writings from the first century A.D. It was combined with other natural plants thought to have similar libido-boosting qualities, such as chicory, dill, lettuce, and lavender.

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