- Vibrant, dark green leaves
- The delicious, peppery taste of watercress - on land!
- Rich in vitamins and minerals
- Easy to grow
- Ideal in salads, pasta dishes or soups
- If you grow it under cover (a cloche or fleece) or in a milder region you should be able to harvest it throughout winter.
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Excellent pest and disease resistance
There are no significant pests or diseases. Although it is classified as a brassica, it doesnt succumb to clubroot etc.MORE
Water in dry weather
Water thoroughly in dry weather to keep the soil moist.MOREMORE
Full Sun to Partial Shade
Does best in a position where the plants will receive around 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day but will also tolerate partial shade.MORE
Any fertile, well-draining soil
Will grow well in a mix of three parts compost and one part topsoil. Land cress will grow more foliage when planted in nitrogen rich compost.MORE
Feeding not required
No feeding needed.MORE
Pruning not required
No pruning needed.MORE