Watercress is a native water or semiaquatic plant that has a high nutrient density. It is a popular leafy green vegetable which is traditionally served cooked although it is increasingly being consumed raw in salads, sandwiches or as a garnish. Watercress is a perennial aquatic or semi-aquatic plant species native to Europe and Asia. Watercress grows in nutrient-rich, streaming freshwater. Watercress is traditionally used as winter salad as it grows in flowing water even at cool temperatures as long as the water is not frozen. Usually, watercress is cultivated in sophisticated held back streaming waters, but also grows well in moist soil or hydroponic cultures.

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