Wild Rocket Sylvetta is slower growing than the annual Rocket Salad (Eruca sativa) and is perennial plant. It officially belongs to the fresh herb category, but it is often eaten as a vegetable. Its leaves are half the size than Rocket Salad with more pungent flavor. Also known as perennial wall-rocket. It has dark green, deeply serrated leaves with a rich, peppery flavor. Regular harvesting leaves will promote more fresh leaves. Perfect for pasta, fresh pizza topping, and salad. Young leaves of Wild Rocket Sylvetta add a pleasant, pungent, nutty flavor to salads and cheese dishes. One of the most desired, alternative salad greens for use by well-known chefs.
Growing Wild Rocket Sylvetta
Sow seeds directly in the garden or in pots and thin out to 15cm apart if needed.
Sow seeds at depth of 5mm.
Germination in about 2-3 weeks.
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