Seven Specialty Crops

I am always trying to find a way to make my hobbies pay for themselves.  Photography is just one example of that, where I began shooting with the intention of making a profit in order to help me afford more photography equipment.  Believe it or not, that is true with gardening too.

The funny thing about gardening is that it already pays for itself, in my opinion, from the savings we have on food.  We are also able to bless others with the excess crops we have.  Even so, wouldn’t it be great to be paid to grow things?  No, I am not referring to being a big-time commercial farmer, but there are some profitable specialty crops that seem to fit well into small operations.  To be honest, I am particularly partial to #2 on the list.

Gourmet Garlic

Sanders Gourmet Garlic

No, I am probably not really seriously considering growing specialty crops for money, but it is fun to dream a bit, isn’t it?


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