What Do I Do With Arugula When It Starts To Flower - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by jacquiw
May 23, 2001
I know that the Arugula is bitter and I can use the Flowers in salads as a garnish, but after that, what? Should I then dig it up? What is the next step?

Answer from NGA
May 23, 2001
Once it has flowered (gone to seed) it is no longer considered edible and would be pulled for the compost pile or plowed under.

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