Similar to watercress, but easier to grow. Slow to start but, once established, easy to grow. Long standing and slow bolting. 6–8″ rosettes of dark green, glossy, rounded leaves. Sometimes called “creasy greens” in the South.
Upland Cress has the same flavor and nutrient density as watercress, but its stems and leaves are thinner and more tender, like baby watercress.
5 in stock
|Dimensions||2.2 × 2.2 × 5.125 in|