Plants Available Spring, Summer And Autumn 9cm Pot
When it comes to a salad leaf that is truly good for you, look no further than watercress.
Bursting with vitamins and minerals, this peppery little leaf is one of our natural superfoods – and tastes great too.
Pile it into sandwiches, toss into salads, use it to make a wonderful watercress soup or watercress sauce, wilt into pastas or stir fries, it’s incredibly versatile – but don’t just leave it to languish on the side of the plate as a garnish!
Growing watercress at home is actually Very easy despite the myth that watercress needs flowing water in order to grow. Although watercress will grow with better overall results in clean flowing water such a a stream or a quiet river flow which is the watercress’s natural habitat,
Growing Watercress At Home
There are very few situations in which watercress will not grow. All the watercress plant needs to grow and thrive – is just water and light (like most plants); but as the name suggests, Watercress does however need more water than other plants, but CAN be grown in pots and containers.
Almost anyone can grow their own Watercress at home. You will be surprised as to where you can grow watercress.
Watercress can be grow virtually anywhere so long the watercress plant/s have light and water. Whether you have watercress in a flower pot on a window sill, planted in a pot in your garden, or if even if you are lucky enough to have a flowing stream at the end of your garden, watercress is actually very very easy to grow.