Cress

Culture: A quick growing cool-weather vegetable, cress has many forms. Plant upland cress and curly cress in late summer or early fall in moist but welldrained soil with plenty of organic matter. Broadcast seed (or plant in rows 7" apart) and cover very lightly with soil or compost. Seed can take 2 weeks to emerge.

Packet: 2 g unless otherwise stated, 1,250-2,750 seeds.




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Belle Isle (Upland Cress) 2 g

Belle Isle (Upland Cress) 2 g

(Barbarea verna) 50 days. [17th c. Portuguese sailors shipwrecked on Canada’s Belle Isle survived the winter thanks to these greens.] A traditional winter green across the Mountain South. Dark green leaves are high in vitamin C. Transplant or sow anytime, but best sown in...
$2.50

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Curly Cress (Garden Cress) 2 g

Curly Cress (Garden Cress) 2 g

(Lepidium sativum) 30 days. Use the young leaves of this mustard family member for adding zing to salads. Pkt (2 g, 1330 seeds)

Culture: A quick growing cool-weather vegetable, cress has many forms. Plant upland cress and curly cress in late summer or fall in moist but...
$2.25

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Creasy Greens (Upland Cress, Winter Cress) 2 g

Creasy Greens (Upland Cress, Winter Cress) 2 g

(Barbarea verna) 50 days. An old favorite. As easy to grow as spinach indoors or out. Pkt (2 g, 1250 seeds)

Culture: A quick growing cool-weather vegetable, cress has many forms. Plant upland cress and curly cress in late summer or fall in moist but well-drained soil with...
$2.25

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Watercress 0.5 g

Watercress 0.5 g

(Nasturtium officinale) Best sown spring through mid-summer. Rich in vitamins and used in salads for mustard-like flavor. Transplant to a cool stream of pure clean water or grow in pots and add fresh water daily. Can also be grown in trays with just enough water to float the...
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