inches apart or scatter them over a garden bed. Add a complete fertilizer at planting time. Once the seedlings have developed at least four leaves, thin to 6 inches apart. (You can eat the thinnings.) Keep the soil moist and free of weeds. Arugula reseeds freely and is fairly resistant to pests.
inches apart; thin to 6 to 8 inches apart. You can also scatter seeds over a garden bed. Cover with a fine layer of soil and keep moist until seedlings form. Continue to supply regular water and keep the bed weed free. Pests include slugs and snails, aphids, cabbage loopers, cutworms, flea beetles, l
1 foot apart. They will last into warm weather but may become even more bitter. Blanch them for two to three weeks by tying the outer leaves around the center. Don’t let the leaves get wet during this period.
Radicchio is best started in mid or late summer. Thin from 8 inches to 1 foot apart. Heads will