Last Updated on January 23, 2022 by Fabiola L.
Watercress is an excellent, nutritious addition to any meal. It’s one of the few vegetables that are rich in vitamin A, folate and vitamins K1 & K2. If you grow your own or buy it fresh from a farmer’s market then these nutrients can also be added to salads and sandwiches as well!
Watercress is a plant that can be grown without soil. It is a very popular salad green, and the leaves have a slightly peppery taste.
Watercress is a green leafy vegetable that can be eaten raw or cooked. It grows in temperate regions and is usually found near running water. To grow watercress from seeds, simply place the seeds on top of soil and water them until they sprout. Reference: how to grow watercress from seeds.
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