A consistant producer with long green leaves and characteristic mildly spicy flavor.
Tolerates cold and hot temperatures well. This 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
Arugula prefers a fertile, well-drained soil, with a pH range of 6.0-6.8 in full sun to part shade. Arugula prefers cool conditions and is hardy enough to over-winter in many locations from late summer and early fall sowings. It is also well-adapted for growing in cool greenhouses and high tunnels for winter production.
For full size arugula, space plants 12-18" apart. For continuous harvest of baby arugula, make a furrow about two inches deep and five inches wide. Loosen the plug and spread the plants the length of the furrow.
For bunching, cut just above soil level. For baby leaf, clip leaves for cut-and-come-again. After plants flower, the leaves can still be used but taste is sharper. Flowers are also edible.
Flea beetles can be controlled by covering the crop with floating row covers (see Index) from the day of sowing. Prevent diseases with crop rotation and sanitation.
Days to Maturity
Baby: 21 days
Full Size: 40 days