Our Side Hustles Breakdown
If you have unused land, turning it into a gardening haven for others can be fulfilling and profitable. Many seek plots to grow food or flowers as urban gardening trends rise. Renting out your space can tap into this demand, but ensuring clear boundaries, understanding gardening practices, and potentially sharing water resources are aspects to consider.
- Resource Sharing: Water usage can increase for your household, costing extra bills.
- Potential Damage: Soil or landscape could be altered so that you can’t use the space for anything else.
- Regular Supervision: Ensure the garden space is well-maintained, and no prohibited activities occur.
- Eco-Friendly Earnings: Promote sustainable and local food production.
- Community Building: Connect with fellow gardening enthusiasts right where you are most comfortable.
- Low Maintenance: Mostly managed by the renter, with periodic check-ins.