Grow Cress in your indoor herb garden!
Cress is a fast-growing, edible herb that boasts a peppery and tangy flavor and aroma. Cress is a well-known high-nutrient food containing substantial content of vitamins A, C and K and several dietary minerals. Edible shoots can typically be harvested already in one to two weeks after planting. In addition to being eaten as sprouts, Garden cress is added to soups, sandwiches and salads for its tangy flavor. Boost your health by growing cress!
Growing cress in your indoor herb garden has many benefits:
Easy access to vitamins A, C, K and several dietary minerals
Cress is a fast-grower and you can eat the first shoots within 2 weeks.
Growing cress is easy and effortless with an indoor herb garden
Sprouts in: 1 weeks
Full size in: 3 – 4 weeks
Enjoy for: 3 – 4 weeks
You can start harvesting single leaves approximately three weeks after planting. Make sure you harvest the whole plant pod by one month at the latest – at this point it has the best taste and the highest nutritional value.
Note that Garden Cress is a tiny plant and does not grow in masses… But the peppery and tangy flavour makes growing it worth while.