Dustin Wilkinson wrote:FANTASTIC ideas & advice here...!!!
Aside from region & popularity... Can anyone share what high producing types of hydroponically grown fruits & vegetables would be best for the North West corner of the USA... Primarily the Washington/Oregon border on the Columbia Gorge...?
Also would honey bee's be active there?
I am toying with the idea of trying out ornamental corn.
Bob Anders wrote:For us it's clover, dandelions, ginseng, onions, garlic, and shallots.
Terri Matthews wrote:Can you sell bundles of parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme?
I cannot imagine them all going into one dish, but it is kind of cute! And, of course you could sell each herb separately as well.
Sheldon Nicholson wrote:What about Woad or Indigo, these were tremendously valuable plants for thousands of years before synthetic dyes were around. Some artists and artisans still use natural plant dyes and they probably pay big bucks since no one is growing this stuff.
Jeremy Elwell wrote:Did anyone mention asparagus?
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