Watercress (Organic)


Nasturtium officinale

Minimum: 200+ seeds

Introduce the crisp and invigorating taste of Watercress to your culinary creations and garden oasis. Nasturtium officinale, commonly known as Watercress, isn't just a leafy green; it's a nutrient-packed powerhouse that elevates salads, sandwiches, and more. Cultivate a garden of freshness and flavor with the vibrant and peppery notes of Watercress.

Key Features:

  1. Peppery Freshness: Watercress brings a delightful peppery flavor to your dishes, adding a zesty kick to salads, sandwiches, and soups. Its refreshing taste invigorates the palate, making it a favorite among culinary enthusiasts.

  2. Nutrient-Rich Goodness: Packed with essential vitamins and minerals, Watercress is a nutritional powerhouse. It's a rich source of vitamin C, vitamin K, antioxidants, and iron, making it a valuable addition to a health-conscious diet.

  3. Versatile Culinary Uses: Explore the versatility of Watercress in your kitchen. Use it as a vibrant bed for smoked salmon, toss it into salads, or blend it into a nutrient-packed green smoothie. Its uses are as diverse as its fresh and peppery flavor.

  4. Easy-to-Grow Aquatic Herb: Watercress is an aquatic herb that thrives in moist conditions, making it an ideal addition to ponds, water gardens, or containers with consistent water flow. Its lush green foliage adds visual appeal to your aquatic landscapes.

  5. Rapid Growth: Experience the joy of harvesting fresh Watercress in a short time. This herb grows rapidly, allowing you to enjoy its crisp leaves and peppery flavor from garden to plate in no time.


  • Botanical Name: Nasturtium officinale
  • Common Names: Watercress, Yellowcress
  • Plant Type: Perennial (often grown as an annual)
  • Sun Exposure: Partial shade to full sun
  • Height: 6-12 inches


  • Delight in the peppery freshness of Watercress, enhancing the flavor of salads, sandwiches, and soups.
  • Experience the nutrient-rich goodness of Watercress, providing essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
  • Enjoy the versatility of Watercress in various culinary applications, adding a burst of flavor to diverse dishes.
  • Grow Watercress as an easy-to-care-for aquatic herb, bringing lush greenery to ponds, water gardens, or containers.
  • Revel in the rapid growth of Watercress, ensuring a steady supply of fresh leaves for your culinary endeavors.

Growing Tips:

  1. Planting: Place Watercress in a location with partial shade to full sun, ensuring that its roots stay submerged in consistently moist soil or water.

  2. Watering: Keep the soil or water consistently moist. Consider growing Watercress in containers placed in water gardens or ponds for optimal moisture.

  3. Harvesting: Harvest the outer leaves when they reach a desirable size. Regular harvesting encourages continuous growth and ensures a fresh supply of leaves.

  4. Aquatic Setting: If growing in an aquatic setting, provide a shallow area with slow-moving water to mimic its natural habitat.

  5. Culinary Tips: Use fresh Watercress leaves in salads, sandwiches, wraps, or as a garnish for various dishes. It also blends well in smoothies for an added nutritional boost.

Elevate your culinary experiences and garden aesthetics with the freshness and flavor of Watercress. Order now and bring the invigorating taste of this aquatic herb to your plate!