Large Leaved Sorrel seeds
Watercress is a perennial plant that lives in the wild in the beds of rivers or streams. So if you want to grow watercress yourself, you have to provide the same conditions. The soil in which watercress grows must always be sufficiently moist.
Watercress has a spicy mustard flavor. Use fresh watercress leaves for garnish meat dishes, in salads or in soups. Watercress is also delicious in combination with goat cheese!
Mid spring/early summer in a rather humid seedbed outdoors; prick out once and plant out in a shady garden place. Keep always moist. Use: the fresh leaves for seasoning green salad, cottage cheese and meat dishes; also recommended to improve metabolism.