WILD ROCKET, Diplotaxis tenuifolia
A perennial plant that forms a rosette near the ground, green, pinnate leaves 10-12 cm long, among which flower shoots with yellow flowers appear in summer. Grown for its leaves, used in salads, spreads, sandwiches, and when cooked as an addition to meat and fish. In Italian cuisine, its seeds are used as spices. Arugula is a rich source of vitamin C and essential oils. Its leaves contain mineral salts, iron and iodine. The seeds can be sown directly into the ground from April to June in rows every 25-30 cm. The leaves are harvested 4-6 weeks after sowing. The rocket is an undemanding species as far as its location is concerned.
Date of sowing directly into the ground – April
Package: 0.4 g