March 16th, Arugula has bolted and is flowering. First come the flowers, then come the fruits. Arugula flowers are edible and lend a little spice to a salad.
April 20th, Pollination within the flowers has been successful and young green pods appear. The flower petals wither and fall.
Unfortunately, some of the pods were being eaten, most likely by a bird. A large garbage bag acts as a barrier to the hungry birds.
May 18th, Arugula seeds have fully matured and are ready to be harvested.
Split them open and save in a cool dry place.