We present you with a great compilation of the most profitable plants for aquaponics, small gardens and backyard nurseries. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. As for me, I have a little farm with huge shepherd dogs, hunter dogs, cats, chickens, ducklings, a mini cow and some rabbits. I sell vegetables, fruit, eggs, milk, cheese and some meat sometimes. I do farming beacuse I want to know what I eat. As the saying tells us: you are what you eat. I firmly believe it’s worth investing a little farm, since people in the city have realized products coming from farms directly are much better and healthier. I am planning to grow mushrooms, too. Not only because I love cooking and eating them, but yes, they are very profitable. You can buy pre-grown mushroom sacks and just you put them into the cellar, and violiá! you can harvest! Of course not every mushroom is so easy to grow, but what is true, it is worth considering it.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of most profitable plants for aquaponics, small gardens and backyard nurseries from their list.
The first one is Cherry Tomatoes. Unlike regular tomatoes that need to grow on a larger vine, small cherry tomatoes are great for small spaces and indoor gardens. In most places, their value per square foot is about $15. Definitely deserves a place on our list of most profitable plants for aquaponics, small gardens and backyard nurseries, right? The second plant on our list now is Aragula. Did you know that this Argula is among the most profitable plants for aquaponics, small gardens and backyard nurseries? No? Well, as you can probably tell by now, leafy green vegetables are great for small spaces and aquaponics. Whether it’s used on top of pizza or in a salad, there are many uses for it which means it’s easy to sell. Arugula also has a value of around $20 per square foot. At last, but not least we are recommending Cilantro. Most people either love or hate the taste of cilantro. If you’re like me and you don’t love it, you can always grow it and sell it, as it can have a value of around $21 per square foot. Like other herbs, you don’t need much space to grow it, and some people even grow it in a mason jar.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 12 most profitable plants for aquaponics, small gardens and backyard nurseries.