Our Wild Arugula Microgreens seeds belong to an arugula variety that grows wild in the countryside near Rome, Italy!
Slower growing and more pungent in flavor than other types of Arugula, these microgreens go great in a salad. Wild Arugula microgreens sprouts have light green stems with small, deep green leaves.
- Sow indoors in seed tray or container
- Maintain even moisture and do not allow growing medium to dry out
- A heat mat can aid in speed of germination
- After seeds have sprouted, place seedlings in a sunny south-facing window or under a grow light; water regularly
Microgreens, sprouts and grasses are increasingly popular as they are easy to grow, easy to harvest, easy to prepare, delicious to eat, and highly nutritious.