Garden cress is delicious!
To sow cress seeds is very easy. You can sow garden cress both inside as well as outside. You can even germinate the seeds without soil. You can germinate water cress on, for example, paper towel, cotton wool or in a germination bowl. Do you have a garden and are you looking for new garden cress to sow in your kitchen garden? Then you’ve come to the right place! We have selected the best garden cress for you.
Sow water cress seeds with potting soil
If you use soil, the garden cress will get more nutrients and as a result will taste better. A thin layer of potting soil is sufficient. The water cress germinates as early as after 24 hrs. Sprinkle some garden cress seeds on some soil and water them with a spray bottle. After a day the garden cress germinates and after a few more days can be harvested and eaten.
The more light the water cress gets, the faster it grows. As a result, the garden cress will also be greener and taste better! To sow garden cress seeds is fun for children because it is very easy and you will quickly see and taste result!
Your own garden cress is the best!
Growing, cutting and eating your own water cress, is better and nicer than going out to buy garden cress seeds at the greengrocer. Growing garden cress is very fast, so you can quickly enjoy a delicious result. From an emerging sprout to a mature bunch of garden cress, taking care of garden cress plants is fun.
Types of garden cress
There are types of garden cress seeds that are less known amongst the general public:
- Rocket water cress
- Perilla water cress
- Basil water cress
Want to buy cress seeds?
To buy cress seeds is really easy. Order your garden cress through the website by putting the seeds in your shopping cart. Next, click on ‘purchase now’ to make the payment. Within several days you can sow the garden cress in your kitchen garden or on your windowsill.