Planting time for arugula is around early spring or fall, it takes about 38 days to grow. It can take full sun and can tolerate partial shade. People commonly eat arugula in sandwiches, salads, pizza and other foods. It is very low in calories, but it is high in vitamin A and C. One cup of arugula is only four calories and in every cup there is 1 gram of my carbohydrates, and half a cup of dietary fiber, protein six tents of a gram of protein. Arugula is highly drought resistant, also it only needs a little water to grow. It has high levels of iron and copper making it a good substitute for spinach. It has a little of a peppery flavor. It is a hydrating food that will keep you well hydrated.
I hope you enjoy learning how the garden changes throughout the school year.