Upland Cress is slow to start but, once established, easy to grow. Long-standing and slow bolting. Harvest by cutting individual leaves or by picking the 15-18 cm rosettes of dark green, glossy, rounded leaves. Salad’s come to life with the nutrient-packed upland cress leaves added. Cut the leaves when they are 2-5 cm tall. The leaves grow back in 2-3 weeks. Harvest as desired through the growing season.
Many common names of Barbarea verna are )Upland or Winter Cress), Early Yellow-rocket, Early Yellowrocket, Land Cress, Peppergrass, Upland Cress, Winter Cress