Gardencress (Lepidium sativum) is one of the most nutritious seedlings you can grow. Cress is high in vitamins A, C and K, as well as many minerals.
You'd be surprised that watercress has even more vitamin C than oranges. Just 30 grams of cress provides more than 30 times your daily requirement of vitamin C.
The fastest growing microgreen that can be harvested in five days! Watercress goes well with cheese sandwiches, or try adding it to a soup or fresh smoothie.
Looking to boost your immune system this winter? Try growing watercress. Not only is it a source of nutrients, it's also quick and easy to grow, and eating freshly picked watercress means you'll get the most out of these greens.
Garden cress - micro greens.
Easily grown popular source of vitamins, used fresh with a variety of fresh dishes. Aromatic leaves appear 3–4 days after sowing.
Seeds can be sown on paper tissue, into the soil substrate – it is important to maintain sufficient moisture, to facilitate quick and even germination of seeds.
Sprouts: Cress. Suom.: Vihanneskrassi. Sven.: Smörgåskrasse.