Arugula is a peppery green in the mustard family often used in mesclun mixtures or cooked in a variety of dishes. It is a cool-weather crop that can be started several weeks before the last frost and again in late summer for a fall crop. Arugula bolts in hot weather and if allowed to flower may self-seed. Sow ¼” deep and thin to 2 inches between plants. Start several weeks before the last frost and again in late summer for a fall crop.
Eruca vesicaria, Arugula
- Height: 1'-2', Spread: 1'-2'. Full sun, matures in 35 to 50 days. No pre-treatment