Seed Savers Exchange 602 Organic Open Pollinated Arugula Seeds, Arugula, 500 Seeds Packet by Seed Savers Exchange. $5.88. 40-45 Days to maturity. Sharp distinctive nutty flavor is best when picked young. Fast-growing cool season salad or sandwich green of Mediterranean origin. Self-seeding and hardy. Sow seeds outdoors as soon as soil can be worked and danger of hard frost has passed. For a continuous supply of arugula, sow every three weeks throughout the summer....
Arugula A salad herb that is native to the Mediterranean region. It has been cultivated since Roman times and is rich in vitamin C and iron. The leaves add a peppery taste to salads or pesto; and eaten raw or cooked in many other dishes.
Vitis vinifera native to the Mediterranean region, central Europe, and southwestern Asia, from Morocco and Spain north to southern Germany and east to northern Iran. It is a liana growing to 35 m tall. The flowers of the vine are of color yellow-green and are gathered in bunches. They are intensely fragrant, hermaphrodites and are pollinated by insects. Since it has both sexes, you need only one plant to be able to enjoy the fruits. The flowers will bloom from May to July
In New England it isn't too late to plant garlic for next year! This is how you do it: Make a smelly concoction of 2 qts of water, 2 capfuls of fish emulsion and 2 Tab of baking soda. Soak the whole bulbs for about an hour. Break the toes apart and plant 2"-3" deep with the pointy end facing up. Plant 4" - 6" apart and cover with 6" of straw. When the scapes grow break them off (and eat!) so the plant puts it's energy into growing the bulb instead of the seed pod.