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Old March 9, 2016   #13
Join Date: Oct 2015
Location: Ohio
Posts: 156

I was talking to someone about this the other day. She mentioned that the market she went to flowers went very well, while basil would go for fifty cents a bunch. Her reasoning was that in that market/area the people like things that are showy, so a bunch of flowers they can walk around with and show off in a vase at home is worth more to them then some produce. This is for cut flowers.

I sometimes do hanging baskets and sell them on Memorial Day. Certain colors go better then others. I still haven't figured out how to predict what will be hot though. The only tomato plants I can sell then are the ones with blooms or fruit, but they will go for a good amount.
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