Slyvetta, Wild Arugula (European origin). This tender perennial has classic arugula taste with a slightly sharper, peppery flavor. Edible garnish. Smaller and slower growing than garden arugula. Indigenous pre-dating the year 1000. Tolerates heat, but thrives in cooler weather
ARUGULA "WILD ROCKET"(Eruca sativa)
ARUGULA "ROCKET"(Eruca sativa)
Arugula (European origin) This spicy salad and braising green has been grown for more than a century for its uniquely flavored, deeply cut leaves and zesty white flowers; its a direct strain from its wild ancestor (sylvetta
ARUGULA Wild Olive
Wild Olive leaf, Arugula - Rarely seen here in the US, this form of wild arugula is terrific as an accent for lettuce and other salads. Typical of the wild arugulas, it has a distinctive, more intense flavor than the cultivated types. The foliage has a beautiful light green color and smoother shape similar to an olive leaf.