Also known as Upland cress this variety has a similar shape and flavour to Watercress, but more upright plant habit. Plants develop as a rosette of dark, glossy green leaves, deeply lobed, and are fairly cold tolerant, adapted to late summer and early spring plantings.
Land cress does best in a cool, moist soil and part shade.
Sow 1cm (½”) deep
Thin to 10cm (4″) apart when large enough to handle.
Rows 15cm (6″) apart in spring/summer, 30cm (12″) apart for over wintering.