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Grow Your Own Salad Greens – and 9 Books with Recipes to Top Your Salad Plates with Sensational Salad Dressings

By Annie St. Francis Grow your own salad greens, and have some fun with creative ideas as you plan your gardens. Salads aren’t just for iceberg lettuce, after all! Be adventurous, and try new and flavorful combinations of salad greens and herbs. Add color and texture to your salad, and amazing tastes. Dream on Lola Rosa or Red Oak Leaf lettuces. A sampling of Frisee is always delightful. Red-veined Sorrel adds a beautiful leaf to the salad plate. There are so many possibilities! Bibb and Butter Crunch. Endives. Escaroles. Radicchio and Romaine. Dandelion. Add the snap of finely chopped cabbage and home grown sprouts. Your palette will enjoy as well distinctive mint or one of the many basils. Toss in some of your favorite microgreens. Edible flowers, anyone? You might even want to make your very own salad dressings to top these salad plates!

Sensational Salad Dressings

You might also want to learn more about everything from gardens and greenhouses to cooking, baking and home creameries! We invite you to browse and shop the books below. Your purchases help to support the work of The Repository Project.