Lepidium sativum

Known also as Peppergrass, this slow bolting garden cress produces plants up to 8 inches tall with dark-green finely cut curled leaves. This cress adds a pungent peppery flavor to a wide variety of dishes and can be harvested 10 days after sowing up through 50 days. Read More…

Nasturtium officinale

Delicious, vitamin-rich perennial with a pungent somewhat bitter taste. Leaves are added to salads and to garnish butter. Read More…

Barbarea verna

Upland or Winter Cress grows best in cool weather. It is a dwarf plant with slender stalks 4 to 6 inches tall and small oval notched 2 inch long leaves. It has a mild flavor particularly good in salads. Read More…