Pre-Planted Gardens In A Box

Arugula - Woolly Living Wall Planter

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Arugula - Woolly Living Wall Planter

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These healthy leafy greens are great for early spring and late fall as they thrive in cool weather. In fact,  you can leave it to reseed in your garden over winter and it will be one of the first greens of spring. Arugula's oak leaf-shaped leaves grow in a loose bunch and taste peppery. The flowers are also edible and they make an attractive garnish.

This Pre-Planted Kit will come with a Planter (8" tall x 11.75" wide) in your choice of color, the best potting soil for your plants, AND the plants described above. 

This planter is made from a hard vented plastic shell that keeps its shape while allowing air circulation for the plants. It is also equipped with a self-watering tank to make watering even easier.

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The plants in this collection are in the Direct Sun light category. To learn more about what that means, click here to view the Successful Indoor Gardening page. 

More about the Planter...

Drip Irrigation

For large installations, we recommend using automatic drip irrigation. 1/4” emitter lines fit inside the watering tank, emitting water evenly down to roots and reservoir. Supply lines hide neatly in the irrigation supply channel located on the left and right sides of every wall planter.  

More about the plants...

  • Arugula needs to grow quickly for best quality. This can only be done by giving the plants everything they need.
  • Soil: The soil is called upon to produce a lot of foliage in a short time, so it should be fertile, moisture retentive and well drained. *
  • Water:  These fast-growing plants must have all of the water they need for rapid growth. It is important that the soil is kept moist at all times. *
  • Food:  The main requirement for Arugula is nitrogen, but they also need moderate amounts of potassium and phosphorus. *
  • Harvesting:  You can plant these greens closer together than the variety requirements and then thin them out as they grow (eat the thinnings). You can thin them to a final spacing of 6" apart. Trim uniform green leaves of at least 4 to 5".*
  • Did You Know?: Arugula is rich in Vitamins A and K, as well as folic acid. It is also good source of zinc, potassium, calcium and iron.*

* Source: (www.smartgardener.com, 2014).

 

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