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Celebrate the Year of the Salad Greens! Curiously, salad got its start not as a dietary staple, but as an aphrodisiac! We know this because leafy relations to modern romaine are depicted in ancient paintings as sustaining Min, the Egyptian god of fertility.

Celebrate the Year of the Salad Greens! Curiously, salad got its start not as a dietary staple, but as an aphrodisiac! We know this because leafy relations to modern romaine are depicted in ancient paintings as sustaining Min, the Egyptian god of fertility.

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NGB's Year of the Salad Greens 2022

  1. 1. “He that sups upon salad, goes not to bed fasting.” ~Thomas Fuller, English clergyman
  2. 2. Adicamp
  3. 3. Amanda
  4. 4. Arugula
  5. 5. Barlach
  6. 6. Bauer
  7. 7. Beleah Rose
  8. 8. Bellezia
  9. 9. Brentwood
  10. 10. Burgandy
  11. 11. Butterhead
  12. 12. Cervanek
  13. 13. City Garden Mix
  14. 14. Cress
  15. 15. Eazyleaf
  16. 16. Emiko Cabbage
  17. 17. Endive Benefine
  18. 18. Extemp
  19. 19. Ezpark
  20. 20. Frillice
  21. 21. Gibbard
  22. 22. Global Gourmet
  23. 23. Heirloom Blend
  24. 24. Hilbert
  25. 25. Freckles
  26. 26. Fresh-Heart
  27. 27. Jara
  28. 28. Kale
  29. 29. Medimo
  30. 30. Merkurion
  31. 31. Mesclun Mix
  32. 32. Microgreens
  33. 33. Mustard
  34. 34. New Red Fire
  35. 35. Pak Choi
  36. 36. Patton
  37. 37. Powerhouse
  38. 38. Radicchio Rosso
  39. 39. Red Salad Bowl
  40. 40. Royal Oakleaf
  41. 41. Saratoga
  42. 42. Seurat
  43. 43. Simply Salad
  44. 44. Spinach
  45. 45. Swiss Chard
  46. 46. Taboo
  47. 47. Tango
  48. 48. Two Star
  49. 49. Valley Heart
  50. 50. Wizard

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