Many people discover such a peace and calm the moment they take a step into nature, and they begin to cultivate the ground. There seems such a reward to witness that small seed you planted in the ground slowly break through the soil and grow. Gardening: nature’s natural stress reliever for the hectic lifestyle.
Did you know that an herb garden can help you generate a great part-time income?
Growing your own herbs can be a relatively inexpensive exercise. Herb gardens do not require a lot of space, and with a sunny location (outside or inside your house or apartment), an herb garden can actually grow all year.
Where to begin? Research and identify a few herbs that interest you:
Lemon Verbena, Sage, Basil, Rosemary, Peppermint,
Red Bergamot, Hyssop, Lemon Thyme, Cloves
Herbal Tea Garden:
Peppermint, Lavendar, Lemon Verbena, Rose Hips, Bergamont,
Marjoram, Chamomile, Jasmine, Coriander, Thyme, Violets, Rosemary, Stevia
Parsley, Chives, Cilantro, Fernleaf, Dill, Cuban Basil, Thyme, Marjoram,
Tarragon, Savory, Chocolate Mint, Peppermint, Oregano, Spearmint, Orange Mint
Astragalus, Basil, Blueberries, Catnip, Cayenne,
Chamomile, Garlic, Plaintain, Vervain, Wood Betony
Some Ways to Make Money with an Herb Garden?
1. Grow the herbs from seed. Transfer them to small, decorative pots and sell them.
2. Create herb plants starters that others are eager to buy and grow on their own.
3. Harvest your herbs as they are ready and sell them at your local farmer’s market
4. Harvest and dry the herbs. Sell them online, at the local farmers market, or local specialty grocer.
5. Create and sell herb gifts (i.e. potpourri gift sachets).
6. Teach others what you know about growing & selling herbs (online blog or community class).
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