Top 5 Edible Plant Nurseries in US | Income Stream

I’m sharing my top 5 favorite nurseries that I personally use to buy edible plants online from US nurseries – these include berries, nuts, and fruit trees.
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I explain how to buy low and then sell high for max profit with these stalks (😉 pun intended). These sources are useful for homesteaders, gardeners, my fellow permies, and home-scale nurseries alike.

I ran several home nurseries in the last 5 years and made good business. You can do this as an additional revenue stream, especially now that we’re in COVID world because the demand has increased tremendously.

Now, I tend to buy extra plants and then sell those to pay for the plants I use on the farm. This is great for reducing risk while also doing good for the community by spreading the quality plants.

Here are the recommended nurseries:
1. https://kriegersnursery.com/
2. http://willamettenurseries.com/
3. https://www.vanwell.net/
4. https://hartmannsplantcompany.com/
5. https://mdc.mo.gov/trees-plants/tree-seedlings/order-seedlings

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5 Comments

  1. Ben Hylen on March 10, 2021 at 10:21 pm

    I’d love to see a more in depth walk through of how you setup your small scale nursery and run it!

  2. maricrea on March 10, 2021 at 10:25 pm

    Awesome tips! Can you share more about the soil mix you use for the bareroots when they arrive and what containers you use since you work in large quantities? Do you store them indoors? Or outside?

  3. CJ Bell on March 10, 2021 at 10:33 pm

    Great video and info! How do you recommend changing your strategy further for zones and climate in the Northeast?

  4. linda gates on March 10, 2021 at 11:14 pm

    Grafting is a great way to grow a variety of apples 🍎 my grandparents had a apple tree that gave them five different apples eating and cooking ones. Thank you for your tips and also for triggering memories of my grandparents

  5. Leo Creatini on March 10, 2021 at 11:17 pm

    Would love to see how you graft these and what tools you need

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