Upland Cress is also called Winter Cress or Creasy Greens in the South. It is an easy to grow cut-and-grow again crop. The plant grows to about 4-6" tall with glossy mildly peppery green leaves. Harvest at any stage from micro-size to full maturity. Leaves, shoots, and flower buds are all delicious. These slow-bolting greens are popular in the South and unprotected plants last all winter even in sub-freezing temperatures. Upland Cress is very easy to grow even on clay soils. It is a highly nutritious green available 3 seasons of the year.