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Belonging to the mustard family, this quick-growing, peppery and tangy herb is an annual plant and a microgreen favorite. Cress typically reaches about 24 inches in height and showcases beautiful, clustered, tiny blooms of pink and white. While cress is often grown in a kitchen garden or in the backyard, it is also suitable for hydroponic planting. After the seeds are sown, your garden cress will reach maturity and be ready for harvest in just five to fifteen days!
Planting the best cress seeds
- Thrives in bright, sunny growing areas
- Fast growing and excellent for container gardens
- Offers a distinctly spicy, peppery, and pungent flavor
- One of the oldest leafy greens humans have eaten