A large leafed variety of Watercress, bred particularly for growing to eat. Watercress is a water-loving plant and can be easily grown at home by gardeners. Plants produce succulent large leaves with a pungent flavour and crisp texture.
Watercress grows best in shade or part shade in waterlogged or very damp soil or can be grown in pots placed in sitting water. Plants also grow in full sun provided they have enough water. Harvest the stems regularly once they reach 5-10cm in length.
Pack of approx 1000 seeds. Sow seed seeds directly in the soil or pots outside from March to August. Or sow in autumn when harvesting can be started in spring. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the seed packet.
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