Also known as Uplands Cress. Young leaves used cooked, as seasoning or raw. Having a hot spicy flavour they are a useful addition to salads, the land grown alternative to water cress being similar in taste. The seed can be sprouted. Can be cropped all year if autumn sowings are given protection through winter (cloches). Sow Spring to September in situ , successional sowings for continual cropping, position full sun for winter crops while partial shade is best for summer crops. Alternative salad recommended by WHICH for its hot taste.