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Arugula (Roquette)
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.
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Early, heat-tolerant standard variety.
Early, heat tolerant.
21 baby; 38 full size
Standard salad arugula for salad mix and bunching.
The standard salad arugula.
21 baby, 40 full size
Standard salad arugula for salad mix and bunching.
The standard salad arugula.
21 baby; 40 full size
Beautiful, three-dimensional, oak-type leaves add loft to salad mix.
Beautiful oak-type leaves.
21 baby; 40 full size
Early, heat-tolerant standard variety.
Early, heat tolerant.
21 baby; 38 full size
Dark-green, deeply-lobed leaves on upright plant for easier harvest.
Upright plant with dark-green leaves.
35 baby; 51 full size
Wild arugula variety popular with chefs; also known as 'Wild Rocket.'
Organic wild arugula.
35 baby; 50 full size
Wild arugula variety popular with chefs; also known as 'Wild Rocket.'
Wild arugula.
35 baby; 50 full size
Dark green, deeply lobed leaves on upright plant for easier harvest.
Upright plant with dark green leaves.
35 baby; 51 full size
Same nose-tingling sensation as wasabi condiment in Japanese cuisine.
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Great wasabi flavor.
45 Days
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