Arugula Seeds

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A brassica crop native to southern Europe and Western Asia.  There are two general classes of arugula (also known as rocket or salad rocket) grown here in the US and abroad: salad and wild types. Both types have the peppery flavor characteristic of arugula, though the wild types are generally spiciest and have a better shelf life than standard types. Enjoy the entire plant, with its edible flowers and seed pods. Flowers of both types have a mild arugula flavor and add color and flavor to salads and stir-fries.


Arugula

Arugula 500 Open Pollinated, Organic Seeds

$2.93

This is the standard arugula variety.  Long, dark, lobed leaves are suitable for salad mix or bunching. At maturity, the long, dark green, lobed leaves form a loose, open bunch. Easy to grow, baby or full size. Sprinkle flowers over salads or add to vegetable stir fries. Harvest the edible flowers as they appear. Arugula will reseed vigorously. Harvest in about 40 days.


Astro Arugula 500 Open Pollinated, Organic Seeds

$2.93

Early, heat tolerant. A selection of regular arugula with less deeply lobed leaves and a slightly milder flavor. Harvest the edible flowers as they appear. Sprinkle them over salads or add to vegetable stir-fries. Flavor is spicy and nutty. Popular choice for brightening up salad mix.  Harvest in about 40 days.


Arugula Roquette 100 Organic, Heirloom Seeds

$2.93

This is our only heirloom Arugula!  Pleasant nutty flavor at baby leaf stage. Adds unmistakable fine peppery/sweet flavor when mature. Deeply serrated dark green leaves. Quick to sprout. Very hardy. Slow bolt. Can be grown as a spring or fall crop. Nice accent for mixed salads when picked 2-3”L. Holds in field 10 extra days. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens or used in cream soups.  Harvest in about 40 days.


Wasabi

Arugula Wasabi 500 Open Pollinated Seeds

$2.93

This arugula variety has a great wasabi flavor. Wasabi arugula gives the same nose-tingling sensation as the wasabi condiment used in Japanese dishes. Leaves are spoon-shaped with a toothed margin. This variety is best for very early spring and fall plantings as well as winter planting in regions with mild winters. Late spring and summer plantings have a tendency to bolt. Excellent bunched or to add a unique punch to salad mixes.  Harvest in about 40 days.


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Spicy Arugula Leaves Make The Perfect Salad! 
These seeds are really easy to germinate. I've had this arugula in my Caesar salad and it adds a spicy bite --- I wouldn't eat these arugula leaves plain …

Perfect Arugula For Salads and Fast Growing Seeds! 
The arugula seeds I grew from David's Garden Seeds did a great job in coming up quickly and growing quickly. Rachael Ray always uses arugula so I decided …

Great Arugula 
These plain arugula seeds are easy to grow into spicy salad leaves. I've had this arugula in my Caesar salad and it adds a spicy bite. These seeds grew …

Wasabi Arugula 
A packet was donated to the Oroville, WA Seed Library. I love wasabi, so I took the packet & WOW!! I tell everyone about this arugula & you! Proud to support …

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All of the variety information on the David's Garden Seeds® website, including the days to maturity, color and size are based on data from tests done at specific locations. Many factors, including geographic location, daytime and nighttime temperatures, the availability of plant nutrients, many unknown climate factors and insects/pest interact to determine a variety's performance. For information on which varieties will perform best in your area, we recommend that you contact your local county extension agent or a Master Gardener.

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