Cress Seeds Fine Curled by Mr Fothergills
Sow all-year-round on the windowsill for quick and easy garnish results.
Indoors, sow all year round by sprinkling seed on moist kitchen paper,
cotton wool, or a thin layer of seed compost. Cover with kitchen paper
until seeds start to geminate, then remove.
Keep moist, do not allow to dry out. Cut with scissors when about 5cm (2") tall.
Sowing to harvest takes up to 14 days. Regular sowings, made every two weeks,
will ensure a continuous supply.
Cress can be sown outdoors in a seedbed in summer and It will produce larger, hotter leaves.
Harvest: All year round.