A traditional mix of Rape and Cress Seedlings.
British Salad Cress dates back to the 1960's and was the original salad garnish. Salad Cress is a blend of English Salad Rape and Garden Cress, hence the name Salad Cress. It is grown on a peat base and is sold living, usually in a tall clear plastic punnets, to help protect the seedlings.
Salad Cress takes 4 - 5 days to grow from seed to final product and is best kept chilled to ensure freshness. Cut and wash before use.
Traditional Salad Cess – add generously to salads and sandwiches.