How to Harvest Wasabi Arugula
Have you ever tried Wasabi Arugula? It tastes just like the bright green wasabi-root, used to dress up sushi! Harvest Wasabi Arugula with the right technique, so the plants grow back for an endless supply of greens and edible white flowers.
HOW TO HARVEST WASABI ARUGULA:
- After about three weeks of growth, or when the plants reach at least 6" tall, identify the largest, outer leaves.
- Work around the plants to pinch off these large leaves, taking about a quarter to a third of the total plant material. This will allow new growth to develop from the center for continuous harvests!
- When the plant matures, and produces buds and white flowers, harvest these by cutting the center-stalks for a spicy floral addition to spring rolls and stir-fry.