#wildeastdevon Easter Holidays outdoor activity: cress hair for an egghead!

You will need to keep your growing cress on a sunny windowsill and water little and often- it doesn’t want to dry out but neither does it want to swim! The seeds should start to sprout in a few days and be ready to eat in a couple of weeks when you can give your egg a haircut and make yourself a tasty egg and cress sandwich. If you don’t have cress seeds at home you can often find them in the supermarket. Alternatively you could use grass seeds if you have them in the shed- great for hair and haircuts but not so good for eating!

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