Wasabi Arugula Seeds
Ignite your garden and your taste buds with Wasabi Arugula Seeds. This unique arugula variety is loved for its spicy, wasabi-like kick. Unlike traditional arugula, Wasabi Arugula offers a distinct pungency that elevates salads, sandwiches, and wraps. Its small, green leaves pack a punch of flavor, making it a go-to choice for those who crave a burst of spice in their meals.
To plant Wasabi Arugula Seeds, simply sow them 1/4 inch deep in well-drained soil. Keep the seeds spaced approximately 1 inch apart, and the rows should be about 10 inches apart. Water the area lightly but thoroughly immediately after sowing.
Day to Maturity
Wasabi Arugula typically reaches maturity within 35 to 40 days. The fast growth rate makes it an ideal choice for gardeners looking for a quick harvest. You can begin picking the leaves as soon as they are big enough to handle, which is usually when they are about 2 to 3 inches long.
This variety is tolerant of a wide range of temperatures but performs best between 45°F and 65°F. While Wasabi Arugula can withstand light frost, it’s advisable to avoid planting during the hottest part of summer, as excessive heat may lead to early bolting.
Wasabi Arugula thrives with a minimum of 4 to 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. When grown indoors, place the plants near a sunny window or under appropriate artificial light source such an LED grow light.
The leaves of Wasabi Arugula are a vibrant, deep green. This rich hue adds aesthetic appeal to your garden, making the plant as visually engaging as it is flavorful.
Wasabi Arugula Seeds are perfect for gardeners who love a bit of spice. This arugula variety offers unique wasabi-like pungency and grows quickly, making it a garden favorite.