(45-60 days. Barbarea verna) Upland Cress, also called Winter Cress or Creasy Greens in the South, is an easy to grow, cut-and-grow-again crop. Grows well even in clay soils. The plant grows to about 4-6″ tall with mildly peppery leaves. Harvest at any stage from microgreens to full maturity. Leaves, shoots and flower buds are all delicious! As easy to grow as spinach, indoors or out, but is more cold tolerant. These slow-bolting greens are popular in the South, and unprotected plants last all winter even in sub-freezing temperatures. A highly nutritious green available 3 seasons of the year. Has three times the amount of vitamin C as oranges, and twice the amount of vitamin A as broccoli. Makes a nice topping for salads and can be used in quiche.