Commonly used as an aquatic herb, Watercress will grow in a terrarium in a mix of peat and sphagnum moss with a little sand.
Alternatively you can pot it and submerge the pot in a pond.
They do well in pots if they are allowed to sit in a little tray of water.
Either way, it is convenient to harvest the stems and leaves and no other preparation is necessary.
As a food, Watercress, used either in salads, soups or sandwiches, it acts as a blood cleanser, diuretic and expectorant.
All in all, Watercress is a great, low maintenance herb.
100 fresh seeds $3.50
Degree of difficulty in germination.....2/10 (1 is easy - 10 very difficult) Seasonal