Arugula is also known as Salad Rocket, which is a fitting name for this zippy leafy green. Arugula is a delicious early summer vegetable from the brassicaceae family. Like others in this vegetable family (such as kale, cabbage, cauliflower and mustard greens), Arugula has no shortage of healing qualities.
With very few calories and tons of flavor it is a great green to help maintain a healthy weight without sacrificing great tasting foods!
Arugula is a rich source of certain phytochemicals that have been shown to combat cancer-causing elements in the body. Arugula is also a great source of folic acid and Vitamins A, C and K. As one of the best vegetable sources of Vitamin K, arugula provides a boost for bone and brain health.
Arugula has an array of minerals and high levels of Iron and Copper, making it a good substitute for spinach if you’re paying attention to getting more vegetable based iron in your diet.
Its peppery flavor provides a natural cooling effect on the body – a good food for hot weather picnics!
Like other leafy greens, arugula is also a hydrating food, helping keep your body hydrated in the heat of summer.
The commercial standard with long, green leaves and characteristic mildly spicy flavor. Germinates quickly and tolerates cold and hot temperatures well. Our strain has a mix of “cut” and “strap” leaf shapes when grown as baby leaf. Performs well as a cut-and-come-again crop. Heat and cold-tolerant. (Eruca vesicaria var. sativa.).Days to maturity: 21 days baby, 40 full size. Pretty edible blossoms attract pollinators.
Renee's EXCLUSIVE - A unique wild arugula, Wasabi’s leaves taste just like the complex, spicy flavor of freshly made wasabi paste. These delicious little plants grow quickly and easily, forming pretty leafy rosettes. More weather tolerant than other varieties, you can harvest whole plants or pick individual piquant leaves for zesty accents to everyday meals. When plants send up flower stalks, the little white blossoms are edible; use both leaves and flowers in s..
Wild Arugula is an Italian heirloom. It forms rosettes of deeply indented leaves with a piquant, tangy flavor. Great in salads, pizza or pasta. Lasts longer than common arugula. Ours has been comming back for years! When it looks woody cut the entire plant down and it will send up new growth. Pretty edible yellow blossoms are great to eat and great for pollinators.