Similar in appearance to its better-known cousin, Watercress but boasts a deeper pungency.
A member of the mustard family, Upland Cress packs a sharp, peppery heat. For the simplest preparation, use Upland Cress the same way you would watercress. Left raw, the leaves can be chopped and mixed into a salad, tucked into a sandwich, or use as a garnish. Upland Cress will grow in almost any soil - provided it's cool and damp.