Upland Cress is also called Winter Cress, or Creasy Greens in the South. Although sometimes slow to start, this is generally easier to grow than watercress and a good cut-and-come again crop that is 4-6" tall with mildly peppery leaves. Leaves, shoots, and flower buds are all delicious. Adds zesty flavor to salads, soups, eggs, and sandwiches. Use as a fresh garnish to complement grilled vegetables or fish. Rich in iron, calcium and vitamins A and C.