How to Turn Your Natural Talent Into Cold Hard Cash

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Like Gardening? Sell Produce or Flowers at a Farmer’s Market

Growing your finances can really be simple if you have a green thumb. Gardeners can sell produce, plants or seeds at local farmers’ markets — some of which run year-round, even in cold climates like Maine. Some, like a market in Rimrock, Ariz., provide selling space at no charge. Selling home-canned products, chutneys, sauces and other homemade products made from garden ingredients offer more ways to rake in cold hard cash from your garden. Look into all food safety and selling requirements before you start preparing your goods.

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