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Posted by Lynn Byczynski on 18th Jun 2016

Arugula, or rucola, is such an important part of our diet around here that we try to keep it growing all year long. It’s actually fairly easy to grow in winter, because it loves cool weather and can tolerate a frost. Summer’s heat is a much bigger obstacle to having a steady supply. Here’s our strategy:We direct seed arugula coltivata several times throughout the spring and we plant enough that we can cut a small amount whenever we need it. Once… Read more