Mr Fothergill’s 18292 Vegetable Seeds, CRESS Fine Curled


  • The quickest and easiest of salad crops
  • Delicious in sandwiches, salads or as garnish
  • Rich in flavour
  • Can be sown all year round, and even outside
  • Suitable for indoor sowing

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Product Description

Cress fine curled salad leave seed by Mr. Fothergill’s. So easy for salads and garnish. Sow all-year-round on the windowsill for quick and easy garnish results.

Useful Information: Easy to grow variety; Suitable for contained gardens; Salad bar

Sow and Grow: Indoors, sow all year round by sprinkling seed on moist kitchen paper, cotton wool, or a thin layer of seed compost. Cover with kitchen paper until seeds start to geminate, then remove. Keep moist, do not allow to dry out. Cut with scissors when about 5 cm (2-inch) tall. Sowing to harvest takes up to 14 days. Regular sowings, made every two weeks, will ensure a continuous supply. Cress can be sown outdoors in a seedbed in summer. It will produce larger, hotter leaves. Harvest: All year round.

Hints and Tips: When growing mustard and cress, sow cress 3 to 4 days earlier to ensure they are both ready at the same time.

Box Contains

1x 4000 Seeds Pack

Additional information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 7.2 × 0.7 cm
Package Dimensions

‎14.1 x 7.2 x 0.7 cm; 10 Grams

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Expected blooming period

‎All year

Moisture needs

‎Regular Watering

Sunlight exposure

‎Full Sun

Item model number




Date First Available

1 Jan. 2009


‎Mr Fothergill?s Seeds Ltd


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    Happy to help

    I can’t seem to get cress in my online shop for love nor money, so I thought I’d grow some myself. The seeds came well packaged and are easy to grow. Can recommend.

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    This germinated within 48hours. After just a week they’re a good inch tall and nearly ready. Grown in a wine glass, sown on wet kitchen roll, placed in a windowsill. Classy! P.S. I wouldn’t be tempted to grow these on soil at all – you don’t have to wash them when grown on clean kitchen paper.

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    Dorothy thatcher

    Very pleased to be able to grow these little vegetables on my window sill in a few days

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