Botanical Name: Diplotaxis erucoides

approx 400 seeds
Availability: Out of stock

Rocket Wasabi gives the same nose-tingling sensation as the wasabi condiment used in Japanese dishes, due to its high mustard oil content. Treat the leaves and the tiny white flowers as a herb for adding flavour to dishes.

Product Specifications
How To Grow

Sow thinly in rows 25cm (10in) apart. Cover lightly with fine soil. Firm gently and keep moist. For a continuous crop sow every 2-3 weeks.Keep well-watered and apply a slow release fertiliser. Pick off flower buds as they start form to prolong harvesting of leaves.

When To Plant All year round, avoiding the hottest months.
When to Sow/Plant Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Soil Type well drained
Important Note These seeds may be treated with a fungicide (Thiram or Apron XL), do not eat the seeds or feed them to animals. Fungicide treatment is an AQIS requirement for certain varieties of seeds. It does not affect your crops or harm insects such as bees. If your packet has been treated it will be well marked with a warning and the seeds will be dyed a distinct colour.
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Easy Wasabi Rocket Salad

Easy Wasabi Rocket Salad


- 4 cups young Wasabi Rocket leaves, rinsed and dried
- 1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved
- 1/4 cup pine nuts
- 2 tablespoons grapeseed oil or olive oil
- 1 tablespoon rice vinegar
- Salt & Pepper
- 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
- 1 large avocado - peeled, pitted and sliced


1. In a large plastic bowl with a lid, combine Wasabi Rocket, cherry tomatoes, pine nuts, oil, vinegar, and Parmesan cheese.
2. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Cover, and shake to mix.
3. Divide salad onto plates, and top with slices of avocado.