Arugula ‘Fireworks’

Description

This unique salad rocket variety has an exceptional pungent flavor very similar to wild rocket. The leaves develop an attractive distinct red vein during hot, dry growing conditions. Young leaves add peppery flavor to salads, while mature leaves can be used for braising. Called Wild Rocket in most of Europe, this slow-bolting variety tolerates heat and thrives in cool weather. 30-40 days from transplant. OP. Photo courtesy of Tozer.

Care: Plant 10-12″ apart in rows 18-36″ apart in full sun, cool moist soil.

This unique salad rocket variety has an exceptional pungent flavor very similar to wild rocket. The leaves develop an attractive distinct red vein during hot, dry growing conditions. Young leaves add peppery flavor to salads, while mature leaves can be used for braising. Called Wild Rocket in most of Europe, this slow-bolting variety tolerates heat and thrives in cool weather. 30-40 days from transplant. OP. Photo courtesy of Tozer.

Care: Plant 10-12″ apart in rows 18-36″ apart in full sun, cool moist soil.

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