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Let's Cress
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General
Gender

Male

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Channel(s)

Let's Cress

Date Joined

8th March 2016

Status

Semi-Active


Let's Cress is the third channel made by Joseph Garrett. This channel is used to show "cress" (plants) to the viewers. It currently has over 73,820 Subscribers (as of 28th April 2018). The logo shows a picture of his real face around green cress.

History Edit

It was started as a joke in a Quest episode where Stampy mispronounced the word "quest" with "cress". He said that he will be starting a new channel about cress in the video as well as on Twitter (he let the followers guess the new channel.) It was created on the 8th of March 2016, and the first video was uploaded five days later. There is no consistent schedule for uploading Cress videos. The first seven videos of Let's Cress were uploaded in that year, while the eighth video was uploaded over a year later.

Videos Edit

My Cress Clay Pig:

In this episode, Stampy shows us his new clay pig, in which you can grow cress through the outside. In the description he says 'I hope you find it in-cress-ting'. He also says this in the Magic Animal Club Podcast.

Japanese Cress:

In this episode, Stampy jumps onto the screen in a very happy mood, saying that he has just recieved some Cardamine lyrata or Japanese Cress. He says some 'Old School' people will want him to stick with normal cress but it is such a 'cool novelty'. He explains the similarities and differences between normal cress and the Japanese Kind.

Episodes Edit

#1 Episode Release date
1 My Cress Clay Pig 13th March 2016
2 Japanese Cress 14th March 2016
3 What Grows Best?! 19th March 2016
4 Easter Special 27th March 2016
5 Star Wars 2nd April 2016
6 My Mushroom 12th April 2016
7 Johnsons Growing Kit Little Gardner's Indoor Cress Garden - Review! 2nd May 2016
8 What Is Cress? 27th May 2018

Will It Grow Inside Of This Thing?Edit

#1 Episode Release date
1 Lunchable2 27th April 2018

Notes

  • 1 - Not numbered in the actual videos
  • 2 - Previously un-aired episode due to its “historical significance”