Esmee has slightly lobed edged leaves, a little like its wilder relatives, but a much milder and almost nutty flavor. Revatively new, it is extreamly abundant and be harvested 3 to 4 times a season. It is sure be a hit in the garden this spring and I hope you love it as much as we do.
Arugula: This fast growing leafy green loves the cool spring and fall. It’s history stretches back to Roman times. You might also be familiar with it as "Rocket" which comes from the Northern Italian 'ruchetta' via France and England. By whichever name you call it, it features a great peppery flavor that is milder when the leaves are harvest young.
Growing Tips: Look to grow these guys primarily in the spring and fall when the temperatures are a little bit cooler. Plant cells 4 to 6 inches apart. Feel free to harvest them two or three times. Just cut the leaves off about 2 inches above the base and it will regrow.