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Arugula
Overall Rating:
(4.7 Stars) Overall Average 4.666666666666667
12 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
35 - 47
  Open-pollinated. Long, dark, lobed leaves with spicy flavor. Edible flowers. About 21 days to baby size and 40 days to maturity.
Roquette
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(4.7 Stars) Overall Average 4.666666666666667
3 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
40
  Hardy annual. Dark green, wide, tongue-shaped leaves. Can be sown in August for wintering over.
Runway
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
21 - 40
  Very fast growing plant with large, deeply lobed leaves for bunching or salad. Start harvesting baby leaves at 21 days.
Garden
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
30 - 40
  Fast growing plants produce leaves with mild but zingy, radish-like flavor. Bolts in warm weather.
Rocket
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(3.5 Stars) Overall Average 3.5
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
35
  Smooth leaves.
Fresca
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(3.0 Stars) Overall Average 3
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Description coming soon.
Rustic
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(2.0 Stars) Overall Average 2
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
50 - 60
  Plants are smaller and wilder than garden variety arugula, producing fine, deeply-indented, dark-green leaves. Bolt-resistant.
Surrey
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(2.0 Stars) Overall Average 2
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
21 - 40
  Fast-growing, late-bolting plants produce dissected leaves. Similar to 'Sprint'. Harvest in 21 days for baby greens, 40 days for full size.
Italian Rocket
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
46
  Finely cut leaves with sharp flavor. Also known as Wild Italian Rocket.
Rucola Selvatica
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
50
  8-inch plants with narrow, deeply cut, dark-green leaves with intensely nutty and peppery flavor.
Sylvetta
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
50
  Small, deeply lobed leaves. Slow-growing and slow to bolt. Also known as 'Selvatica'.
Astro
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
31 - 52
  12-inch deeply cut leaves on semi-open plants. Clip 6-inch slim leaf tips for early harvest.
Apollo
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
40 - 45
  Improved Dutch strain with large, rounded leaves.
Sprint
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
21 - 40
  Plants bear highly lobed leaves. Compared to 'Runway', 'Sprint' is later bolting and has slightly larger leaves. Looks like wild arugula but faster growing.
EveníStar
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Cross of European heirloom strains with extra bite.
Sel Ortolani
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Special selection of cultivated Italian arugula. Also known as 'Rucola Sel Ortolani'.
Sylvetta sel liscia
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Smooth-leaved Italian arugula. Also known as 'Sel Ulivo'
Astro II
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
38
  Earlier and milder tasting that regular arugla. More uniformly strap-leaved than 'Astro'.
Wild Rocket
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Plants produce deeply lobed leaves. More pungent that other arugula cultivars.
Buckingham
Arugula
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
21 - 40
  Fast-growing plants produce serrated leaves similar to wild arugula. Spicy but not hot. 21 days for baby harvest, 40 for mature plants.
 
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