Watercress is one of those veg that's as good for you as it is delicious (which is a brilliant coincidence).
It's got more vitamin C than fresh oranges, and more calcium that cow's milk. It also contains iron and beta carotene, which the body converts to Vitamin A, as well as being a good source of Vitamin E.
Sounds like a good idea to eat some then!
Country of Origin - UK
Class - Minimum Class 2
James Harper grows our watercress on his farms in Dorchester and Dorset. Watercress has been growing on the farms since the 1850s, and it's still all planted by hand (not all James' hand - he has a few helpers, too).