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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Spicy flavor
What are the cons? Bolted early
I wish I could have enjoyed it longer, it bolted earlier than any of my lettuce, so we were only able to try a few leaves.
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8 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Hardy, aphids don't like it
What are the cons? None
I forgot how much I love arugula, and after seeing how easy it is to grow will be growing again. It is not ravaged by the aphids as much as my lettuce but is not as blot resistant as my other greens.
11 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy, tasty, fast growth
What are the cons? Bolted early this year
Drought tolerant, chickens love it, easy to grow
What are the pros? gives volunteers
What are the cons? takes over
This stuff is drought tolerant, easy to grow, and spreads like crazy. I have pathways of rock over weed fabric between my raised beds and seeds fell into the rocks and have sprouted numerous plants in the rocks. I don't really take care of the plants and they give me tons of arugula and just keep coming back. I'm not a big fan of the flavor as it's bitter and spicy to me, but I use it pretty much daily in green smoothies because it is so healthy.
42 out of 43 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? drought resistant
What are the cons? none
I planted these seeds over three years ago in the backyard. This is kind of an updated review since I first planted this. Just came back to say that this arugula is like a weed, but lovable. I left home nearly three years ago and this plant self sows in the same area, IN THE DESERT! We get virtually no rainfall here, 113 degree weather for months out of the summer, down to 25 degree F winters, but this plant comes back every year, and stays localized in the same area, not spreading, but still reseeding. Still big beautiful plants, lovely edible leaves that keep coming back after picked, and a 2 yr old could grow this salad green! Massive amounts of seeds keeps the birds fed, and will keep you fed with greens when there are no tomatoes growing :)