Spicy Arugula Leaves Make The Perfect Salad!

by Crystal
(Ohio)

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 -- I also create my Caesar salad with garden romaine, leaf lettuce, arugula, parmesan cheese, olive oil, oregano, garlic and basil. Add a few warm home-made croutons and it's the perfect salad. It's not your typical Caesar dressing, but the arugula is the right amount of spice.

These seeds grew really quickly under my cucumber plants -- glad I purchased them and would definitely purchase again when my 1,000 seeds are gone... many years from now.

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Arugula Seeds
by: Juanita

Hi Crystal! Thank you for your review. The arugula is good in salads and cooked dishes as well. May you enjoy many delicious salads for several years to come. Keep the seeds in a cool dry place and they will last. After three years, the germination rate will go down by 10% each year.

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