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17 Ways On How to Make Money From Your Garden

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Amy Boyington

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garden, no matter how small or large, requires a lot of time and effort
to help it thrive. Although most people start a garden as a hobby,
there’s no reason not to try to make some money from all the time spent
watering, weeding, and caring for plants.

Beyond just selling the
plants you grow, there are plenty of money-making possibilities awaiting
you in your garden. Like most opportunities to make money, earning cash
from gardening is all about your creativity and focusing on one or two
ways for you to grow your garden into a sustainable, money-producing

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1. Grow the Most Profitable Plants

you don’t have a set plan for what to grow in your garden but you know
you want to make money with it, then you can always focus on growing
some of the most profitable plants that will work with your soil and
area conditions. No matter what route you choose for your garden, these
plants can make you money:

  • Ginseng. Ginseng
    is one of the most prized plants in Asian culture, as it’s thought to be
    a herb with virtually endless healing properties. It was and continues
    to be used in various natural medicines and teas. The plant thrives in
    cold conditions, so warm climates won’t have much success with it.
  • Mushrooms.
    Exotic mushrooms, especially, can be profitable for gardeners because
    they’re not easy to come by. Shitake and oyster mushrooms are two kinds
    that seem to be most coveted, and you can typically harvest a lot of
    them with only a small growing area.
  • Garlic.
    Garlic is one of the easiest plants to grow because it can thrive in
    numerous environments and soils, making it a perfect plant for
    beginners. It’s also one of the most-used spices in the world, so it
    makes sense to cash in on the trend.

2. Sell Your Plants

plants is probably the first thing you thought of when I mentioned
making money with your garden, but there are a few ways to do this
beyond just begging your family and friends to buy your beloved harvest.

Full Plants

plants can be more difficult to sell than you think unless you have a
lot of people in your neighborhood who know about your garden and want
to buy from you.

Interestingly, eBay allows the sale of full-size
plants, so long as they’re not restricted in the areas you’ll ship them
to. You can read more about this policy here.

might also be able to partner with a local nursery that sells full-size
plants. This is best for a reliable income because you can set a
contract with the nursery for a specific number of plants per week or
month and get paid regardless of whether the nursery sells them.

Seeds and Seedlings

and seedlings are a bit easier to sell, usually, because you can also
market them to gardeners who want to start the plant themselves and grow
them using their own techniques. You can sell seeds and seedlings to
nurseries or on eBay, but you can also get a little creative to help
sell them to people in your town.

Try putting seed starter kits
together with various seeds from plants that thrive off each other, or
sell seedlings in starter trays with soil, just like you’d find in a
nursery. You can sell them at a yard sale or even set up a flea market
table weekly.

Fresh Herbs

The sky’s the limit when it comes to selling fresh herbs for money because there are several ways to market them:

  • Many
    people use dried herbs in potpourri, so you could consider drying extra
    herbs and selling them in homemade potpourri baggies instead of letting
    them go to waste.
  • Make dried herb mixes with various herbs that
    complement meat and other foods, place them in decorative jars, and
    sell them as homemade rubs or spices.
  • Sell fresh herbs to local
    supermarkets or use your social media channels or the newspaper to let
    others know you’re selling them.

3. Become a Gardening Expert

you been successful in making money with your garden or growing the
most beautiful crops or flowers in your neighborhood? Then think outside
the garden plot and make money sharing your expertise to other


blogs are incredibly profitable because of their use of advertising,
sponsored posts, and affiliate marketing. Beginner and expert gardeners
alike use these blogs to learn how to grow and care for specific plants
or new techniques for saving time and money in the garden.

your expertise, show off your plants, and connect with gardening brands
that are willing to pay you to mention them on your blog and social
media channels.

If you do decide to take the blogging route, we suggest going with Bluehost. You can get hosting for as little as $3.95/month (under $50 per year), and your domain for the first year is entirely free.

Guest Posting

blogging sounds like fun to you, then you should also consider guest
posting, which is one of the best ways to drive traffic to your site and
make sure others interested in gardening learn your name.

for other respected gardening blogs and offer some topic ideas you’d
like to cover to the editorial team. If you’re selected to write a post,
be sure to include a small bio that links back to your blog and helps
you get traffic.

Online Courses

with blogging often comes online courses. Bloggers create courses to
help position themselves as experts on the topics they cover and then
sell those courses to their audience.

Once you build a solid
following to your gardening blog, you could create digital courses with
videos and content that teach others important information about
creating a thriving garden. Udemy is a great place to get started
because, for a slightly higher cost, the company will market your
courses for you.


eBooks can be a source of passive income. Once you write one and publish it on an online platform like Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing or Barnes & Noble, people can keep buying it, giving you a continuous commission.

Create and Sell Recipes

a little further outside the box, you could create cookbooks or
standalone recipes to offer for digital downloads on your site or
eBooks. Use your homegrown produce to create the recipes!

recipe booklets can also be something you can give away for free on your
website in exchange for gathering email addresses to send newsletters
about your blog and gardening endeavors.


might be able to yield the most profit, but it also could be tough to
find people who need your help. As a gardening consultant, you can find
local clients, visit their gardens, and offer them your expertise on how
to have success with their vision.

You could ask local nurseries
if they’d allow you to place some brochures or a poster advertising your
services to attract others who might need your help.

4. Turn Your Garden into a Community Garden

you don’t have the desire to separate your garden and rent sections to
others, there’s another option: Turning your space into a community

Community gardens
are usually designed to bring people together, sharing the garden’s
work by planting, caring for, and harvesting its plants. Vegetables and
fruits are then donated to people in need or shared with those who help
with the garden.

These gardens often thrive thanks to donations,
but some also charge monthly memberships. You could do the same, holding
onto some of the profits to help you care for, and host, the space.

5. Take and Sell Gorgeous Garden Photos

know all those stock photos that people pay hundreds of dollars per
month to get in a subscription package? Now’s your chance to earn the
money from those subscriptions. All you need is your beautiful garden
and a decent camera (or your smartphone).

Stock photos can be much
easier to take than you think, and many people use just their cell
phones for drool-worthy photos. Step into your garden and practice
taking pictures every day as your plants grow. It doesn’t matter whether
you grow flowers, herbs, or produce. If the photos are gorgeous, you’ll
probably find a buyer for them.

The easiest way to sell them is to set up an account as a seller on stock photo sites like Shutterstock or Getty Images. They’ll pay you commission for each of your photos as they sell. Or, learn how to make money on Instagram!

6. Rent Your Garden as a Backdrop

you don’t have the photography skills needed to create your own photos
to sell, but that doesn’t mean you can’t put a camera to good use in
your garden. Instead of doing it yourself, hire professionals to do it!

photographers are always on the lookout for new, natural scenery to use
in their photos, and your garden could serve as the perfect backdrop
for Instagram-worthy pictures. Rent the garden by the hour for photo

7 . Offer Your Garden to Fitness Enthusiasts

on what you grow in your garden, its atmosphere could either be calming
or energetic. Either way, it’s probably a perfect spot for fitness
enthusiasts to enjoy by themselves or in a fitness class.

yoga is becoming increasingly popular because relaxing atmospheres are
prime spots for the zen-like vibe necessary for a successful yoga
session. Bright flowers and energizing scents in your garden could lend
well to a more upbeat aerobics class. Call local gyms to see if they’d
have an interest in moving some of their classes to your garden

8. Let Art Students Find Inspiration in Your Garden

students in technical schools and colleges can use your garden for
still life classes. Growing crops and flowers and freshly-harvested
produce provide excellent scenery for art students to replicate in their
paintings or sketches.

You might also be able to sell some of your harvested items to local colleges for this purpose.

9. Set Up Garden Classes for Kids

and gardening crucial for the environment and our well-being, and with
tech-focused careers popping up each day, it’s more important than ever
to educate children on their importance. You can be a part of that
picture by offering gardening classes to local children, or hosting
“Mommy & Me”-type classes for parents and kids to get involved in
gardening together.

Set a fee per child, per class, and host as
many children as you reasonably can weekly or bi-weekly. Teach them how
to grow easy fruits and vegetables, how to care for their plants, and
even what they can do or make with their harvestables.

10. Grow Seasonal Plants for Decorating

because it’s not a typical growing season doesn’t mean you can’t make
money with your garden. Get creative and grow things that work with each
season and can be profitable for upcoming seasons. It’s all about
thinking ahead for the best profits.

Pumpkins, for example, aren’t
what most people normally think to grow in a garden through the spring
and summer but doing so can yield you a fresh harvest of beautiful
pumpkins ready to pick for fall! Gourds, also, are popular for fall
decorating and crafts, but they’ll need plenty of time to grow

You can also plant holly bushes in the spring to give
them enough time to be harvestable near the winter. Protect your bushes
in harsh winters by wrapping them in burlap.

11. Use Your Plants to Make Stuff

canned goods to pies to pickled produce, your garden has a lot of
money-making potential beyond its soil. Create edibles from your fresh
harvestables and sell them at bake sales or flea markets or start a
small shop from home.

12. Grow Flowers for Fresh Bouquets

growing beautiful flowers is the route you’re taking with your garden,
then you could earn money by making fresh bouquets to sell for
birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and other special occasions. Some
flower shops partner with local growers for their cuts, so it might be
worth it to bring some samples of your flowers around to flower shops to
gauge interest.

13. Make Fresh Herbal Teas

you grow herbs, like chamomile, peppermint, cinnamon, or clover?
Several herbs work well in tea blends and it’s not overly complicated to
create your own to sell. You can even grow many herbs indoors if you
don’t have a lot of room to spare in your garden. For some blends, you
can even use other components in your garden, like flowers and fruits.

your ingredients and portion them into disposable tea bags (you can
find them on Amazon and most craft or kitchen stores) to sell
individually or as packages.

14. Partner with Local Restaurants and Grocery Stores

of the simplest routes for earning money from your garden is by
connecting with local restaurants and grocery stores that could use your
fresh ingredients. Places that don’t already have a go-to supplier
might be willing to make you that supplier and you could win others over
if you offer better prices than their current suppliers.

15. Make a Pick-Your-Own Garden

usually apple orchards, blueberry fields, and the like that offer a
pick-your-own experience where visitors can enter and pick the fruits
they want. If you offer a lot of product in your garden, there’s no
reason you can’t do the same, although you’d need to first check the
regulations for this type of business in your locality.

You can
either charge by weight or container size, depending on the type of
produce you offer, or you can charge a simple entrance fee.

16. Rent Garden Allotments

Do you have a large garden with more space than you have the time or energy to use?

Those without garden spaces might be more than willing to rent that space from you to create their own garden to work on.

your extra garden space and divide it into parts you want to rent. You
might have six equal-sized allotments or spaces that are larger than
others that you can charge more rent for.

You should consider
separating each section from the others with a locking gate to ensure
that only the person renting a space has access to it.

advertise your allotments and their prices on Craigslist, the newspaper,
or Facebook. Take clear photos of each space and add a description to
let those interested know what type of soil conditions your garden
allotments have and what plants might work well there.

Every month, you’ll make money off your garden without needing to put in any work!

17. Test and Review New Seeds

seed companies may be open to paying you to be a tester for new seeds
they want to sell. Although seeds usually undergo rigorous lab testing
before they’re put on the market, it can help to get feedback from real
gardeners who try the seeds in ideal climates and soil.

Check your
favorite seed company websites in the Careers section for these
opportunities, or you can always email a company directly to see if
they’ll allow you to take part in their testing programs.

18. Offer Garden Tours

Large, beautiful, well-cared-for gardens
deserve praise and enjoyment from others. What better way to do that
than to offer tours for people in your community? Charging as little as
$2 a person could still bring in a good chunk of money each day you
offer tours.

You’ll need to check with your town to make sure this
is okay to do, as some places might place restrictions on a residential
area being used for commercial purposes.

Final Thoughts

can be so much more than a hobby; it can be a full-fledged business
opportunity. If you love doing it and have top-notch skills, then it
might be wise to have it double as both a fun and profitable venture.

you garden and, if so, have you made any money from it? Feel free to
share your creative ideas to add to the list in a comment.


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12 Ways to Make Money from Your Garden

Having a garden is all about leisure. Gardening is an excellent hobby
that helps you relax. Seeing that well-maintained lawn and manicured
plants is a delight to the eyes.

Definitely, your family and you would spend considerable money, time and effort on maintaining the garden.

But have you ever considered actually making money from your garden? Possibly not yet.

There are excellent proven and legit ways to make money from your
garden that you can try. It will help make extra money for the household
and of course, for improving your garden too.

If this interests you, here are 12 proven and legit ways on how to make money from your garden.

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Basic Requirements to Make Money

Before you think of making money from your garden, there are some important basic requirements.

  • The garden should be fairly large.
  • You should have an excellent collection of flowering herbs and plants.
  • Weeds, dangerous reptiles, termites and other pests should be kept at bay.
  • Your garden should not be cluttered with plants, herbs and trees.
  • It should be safe for children to play.

Understandably, you would meet some of all of these basic
requirements. If so, read about how to start making money from your
garden almost immediately.

Garden to Make Money

Your garden offers ample opportunities to make money. Here we explore
some of them. These money making ways do not require any serious or
tiresome efforts.

1. Sell Seeds

If you have great flowering and fruit-bearing herbs, sell their
seeds. You will need some knowledge about how to select the right seeds
that will germinate and sprout. Also, it is important to package them
properly while ensuring there is no damage.

Make sure that the seeds you sell are allowed by law. You can inquire
at a nearby seed library for details. Some seeds cannot be sold outside
certain American states.

Also, selling seeds of foreign plants are not permitted since they can alter the ecosystem.

2. Sell Cut Flowers

Selling cut flowers directly from your garden or to a nearby florist is another great way of ensuring regular income.

Find out how much does a bunch of flowers of any particular variety
cost in the market. A florist will buy them at slightly lower prices.

You can also invite people to your garden to select and cut flowers
of their choice. This also adds a personal touch to the cut flower
business and ensures better profits. Additionally, it prevents the waste
of flowers since you not several in anticipation of buyers.

3. Grow Mushrooms

Edible mushrooms of all sorts command a high price in the retail
market. They are easy to grow. And they grow pretty fast too. To grow
edible mushrooms, it is necessary to buy their spores from a good store.

Depending on your location, you may have to set up an inexpensive greenhouse in your garden.

Rare edible mushrooms sell at very high rates. This is because of
their higher nutritional and medicinal properties. You can easily buy
their spores online.

But once again, it is necessary to find whether a particular variety
of edible mushrooms is permitted by law. Since mushrooms grow very fast,
uncontrolled breeding can play havoc with your garden.

4. Rent for Parties

If you have a larger garden, rent it out to families and companies
for picnics and parties. You can make extra money by renting out garden
furniture too. Or offer a full package that includes the space with
furniture, BBQ and other appliances where possible.

Lots of companies and business groups love to host outdoor parties,
especially in the evenings. They do not want that typical hotel or
resort ambience and look for something more homely.

You can advertise your garden as a party venue online on a website such as Craigslist.

5. Sell Pictures

Pictures of flowers, herbs, plants and nature are in great demand
among nature lovers, advertising companies and website owners. Take some
great pictures that speak volumes about nature.

For example, flowers with morning dew appear very attractive in
pictures. You can earn more money if you have rare flowers in your

Visit any online stock photo portal and browse pictures about flowers
they have. It will give you an excellent idea of what pictures to take
and how much money you can make through their sale.

Also, open an account on a stock photos website to sell these pictures.

6. Gardening Blog

For those adept at gardening, starting a blog
is a good way of making money from your garden. You can write about
your experiences with gardening, use of soil, irrigation techniques,
fertilizers and share loads of information about growing various plants,
herbs and trees.

Use excellent pictures of your gardening activities on the blog to highlight your writing. Blogging is the surest way to make money from your garden.

You can open a free blog or buy a domain name, website hosting and
other essentials to launch a very sophisticated and professional blog.

7. Grow Medicinal Herbs

Herbal medicine is nothing new. It has only shot into limelight in
recent years due to the onslaught of Ayurvedic medical companies from
India hammering the American and foreign markets.

With some online research, you can discover that herbs like Rosemary,
Thyme, Rhubarb and other common herbs have excellent medicinal

Grow medicinal herbs and plants. Varieties used in making herbal
cosmetics, beauty products and healthy beverages. You can also cut and
dry medicinal roots, leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds for sale. They
fetch a good price depending on the variety and cultivar.

8. Test Seeds

Companies and laboratories that develop hybrid varieties of fruits,
vegetables and other plants want to test them in real life conditions
instead of controlled atmosphere.

They are willing to pay some money to anyone that offers the service. You can register with one or more product testing websites as seed tester. Grow their sample seeds in your garden to make money.

The process is slightly more complex than merely growing seeds: you may have to follow instructions provided by the company.

In any case, you will have to write a review of the methods you use
to grow the seeds. This information has to be precise and verifiable and
contain your personal experience.

9. Make Compost

The next time you mow a lawn or clear your garden of leaves, flowers
and fruits, dump it in a composter. You can also use fruit and vegetable
peelings, discarded food and other perishable stuff that decomposes
over time.

These can be converted into excellent compost fertilizer for gardens.

Make and sell compost from your garden. It saves neighbours and those looking for organic fertilizers a lot of hassle and money.

You might need some bags to package and sell fresh compost from your
garden. The only other investment is a composter, which can be rigged up
easily at home using discarded stuff.

10. Sell Potting Soil

Selling a bit of extra soil from your garden is an excellent way to
make money. People with gardens will readily buy potting soil from you
for a couple of reasons.

Firstly, since it comes from your own garden, it would contain the
right amount of fertilizer and moisture as it is used for your own
plants too. Secondly, they need not buy a sack load if you offer smaller

You can make packets of potting soil for sale and advertise online.
Or you can simply spread the word around your neighbourhood that you are
selling potting soil.

This is another great way to make money from your garden provided you have tended to the soil personally and in the proper way.

11. Teach Gardening

Good at gardening? Start gardening classes to teach other people
about your tricks, tweaks and techniques. You will be surprised at the
number of people who own a garden but have no clue on how to develop or
maintain one.

These people will readily sign up for any good class. You can engage
them in gardening activities in your own garden and make money.

Alternatively, you can start a video blog or vlog by opening a free channel on YouTube. Take excellent Do-It-Yourself videos while you are gardening and give detailed commentaries about what you are doing.

A YouTube channel also helps you make money
from your garden. Google, the parent company of YouTube pays you for
displaying ads before, between and after your videos, when you subscribe
for the free Google AdSense.

You also make money if any viewer clicks on ads displayed alongside your videos.

12. Display Signboards

Small and large businesses look for garden owners who will rent them space to display signboards and advertisements.

At some locations, you may need permission from local authorities or
the community to display such signboards. However, renting space from
your garden to display signboards is another way to make money.

Generally, a business will hire space for limited periods only.
Advertising companies, however, reserve a spot for much longer and pay
in advance too.

Find if local laws allow you to display signboards in your garden.
Find prevailing market rates and make offers to advertising companies
and local businesses.

Wrap Up

There are several other ways to make money from your garden such as
conducting garden parties and picnics, renting out garden space to
people that do not own one and growing gourds and other vegetables.

However, these require some extra efforts and initial investments.
You can opt for these too if you are looking at making more money from
your garden. There is no dearth of ideas of money-spinning ideas by
using your garden.

Try these simple, tested and proven as well as legit methods to earn that extra money you always wanted.


Carrots - A Day Well Spent At Bengaluru’s First Vegan Restaurant
 Shruti Sunderra
journey into veganism began with a lot of doubts. Most of those doubts
involved giving up the food I’ve always loved devouring and letting my
taste buds die a slow, resigned death. But mostly, I was terrified of
life without ice cream and cake. As time passed, I came to terms with my
own ignorance and was opened up to the multitude of alternatives to
dairy-produced ice cream. But nothing really came close to the joy of
eating vegan Tiramisu at Bengaluru’s first vegan restaurant, Carrots.
But more on that later.

I’d heard about Carrots through a vegan
friend and considering veganism is very nascent in this country, in my
head, I’d envisioned a tiny café with a take-away counter. I honestly
believed there wouldn’t be room for a full-fledged vegan restaurant. I
couldn’t have been more wrong.

Carrots is not only centrally
located in Bengaluru but is also a beautifully done up space for enough
to people to enjoy their evenings and mornings in conversation and
merry. When I walked in, I settled myself on comfortable, eco-friendly
furniture and waited for Susmitha Subbaraju, the co-owner of the
restaurant, although she prefers the title ‘Countess of Cuisine and
Jollification’. In the hour than I spent talking to her, I was totally
jollified. Her chosen title fit her well.

Team Carrots  (L-R) : Raj Gurung (Head Chef), Sushmitha Subbaraju and Ram Khatiwada (Assistant Chef/Bakery Head/Store Manager)

about the vision for Carrots, opened in 2013 by Krishna Shastry,
Subbaraju says, “All we want to do is to provide people with a means to
eat tasty food that’s cruelty-free. Many people are of the opinion that
vegan food isn’t tasty. We’re here to prove them wrong. When it’s more
than possible to eat food that’s made from cruelty-free ingredients, why
should we do otherwise?”

The lady has a point. I looked at the
sheer number of items on the menu card and was spoilt for choice. The
number of pages in the vegan menu went up to 16. Interestingly, Carrots
has divided their menu into 3 categories – H1, H2 and H3. H1 includes
food items for the completely health conscious, H3 comprises of comfort
food and H2 strikes a good balance between the two. Food items range
from salads, soups, sandwiches to pastas, burgers and pizzas (yep, vegan
pizza ladies and gentlemen – and it’s no less delicious), along with a
lot of Indian cuisine options.

(Pesto Paella by Carrots)

(Watermelon tofu platter by Carrots)

let me get into the important things in life. Desserts. German
Chocolate Cake, brownies, pannacotta, ice cream (all hail!) and that
jaw-dropping Tiramisu are a few of the items available – all veganised.

(Can we all just vote for this vegan ice cream platter from Carrots?)

I ask her about the challenges of running a vegan restaurant, Subbaraju
says, “I have the same challenges as any restaurant owner. People think
running a vegan restaurant is difficult because it’s vegan, whereas the
difficulty is the same as any restaurant. The fact that it’s a vegan
place is more motivating than challenging.  When you look at it,
veganism is fairly easy to follow. There are plenty of alternatives to
dairy available in the market. Ingredients are of course very strictly
scrutinized, but we want to dispel the idea that it’s difficult to be a
vegan. Carrots is always open to those who want to find an alternative
way to be a foodie.”

Carrots also hosts various workshops on
vegan baking, cooking and conscious living. They play host to musicians
often too. I found the space to be collectively enthusiastic and
welcoming, the complete opposite of what popular opinion on vegan spaces
are believed to be.

(One of the workshops conducted at Carrots)

is definitely worth a visit to all those seeking a place to munch on
some super yummy, healthy, vegan food. (Don’t forget the Tiramisu.)   

(The devil himself A.K.A vegan tiramisu, courtesy of Carrots.)

Photo credits for all pictures: Carrots Restaurant, Bengaluru


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Check Out India’s First Seitan-Focused Restaurant, House Of Seitan
 Meenakshi S
Hail seitan! There’s a new vegan-friendly restaurant in Bangalore that specializes in all things mock meat – House Of Seitan!

Of Seitan, Bangalore They call themselves a “contemporary style urban
bistro founded to offer you your favourite food with a healthy twist.”
And, based on their menu, it looks like they deliver on their promise.
The founders, Roma Roy Choudhary and Pradeep Rao, aim to give you
healthy food that’s tempting and tasty!

They serve vegetarian
food and a majority of their options are vegan-friendly, too. They’ve
got all your bistro favourites, like:

Pita pockets
Smoothies + Juices
vegan burger

Seitan Burger

Did You Say Seitan?
Seitan is a vegan wheat protein that is nutritious and mimics the texture of meat. It also happens to be:

High in protein
Low in fat
Low in carbs


Why Seitan?
Roma gave up meat after a trip to Singapore, where she sampled mock
Mysore Mutton made from seitan! She enjoyed it so much, she decided to
bring the same sinful (yet guilt-free), food to her base in Bangalore.

believe that healthy eating should not be a compromise, that is why we
have handcrafted delicious flavours to go with our burgers, pita pockets
and sandwiches which make our menu not just palatable but also
extremely appetizing.

Roma & Pradeep, House Of Seitan
House Of Seitan

#788, JK Plaza, 12th Main Rd, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar

HoS serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, so, plan a visit and indulge in vegan fare that’s high on taste + health!

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Circle-Vision 360°
360° is a film technique, refined by The Walt Disney Company, that uses
nine cameras for nine big screens arranged in a circle.[1] The cameras
are usually mounted on top of an automobile for scenes through cities
and highways, while films such as The Timekeeper (1992 Disney
attraction) use a static camera and many CGI effects. The first film was
America the Beautiful (1955 version) in the Circarama theater, which
had 11 projectors using 16mm film. And would become Circle-Vision in
1967, which has 9 projectors using 35mm film.[2] Both the original
11-lens camera and the subsequent 9-lens camera (developed in 1960), as
well as their projection systems, were designed by longtime Disney
animator and visual effects pioneer, Ub Iwerks.[3]

It is used for
a few attractions at Disney theme parks, such as Epcot’s O Canada!,
Reflections of China, and Disneyland’s defunct America the Beautiful
(1967 version), Wonders of China, and American Journeys, which were
housed in the Circle-Vision theater in Tomorrowland. At the 2011 D23
Expo, Disneyland Resort President George Kalogridis announced that
CircleVision would be making a return to Disneyland Park with a new
presentation of America the Beautiful in CircleVision 360, though it is
not currently known where the film will be presented (as the original
theater was replaced with another attraction), and whether this will be a
version of the original film or a new film with the same name and

By using an odd number of screens, and a small space
between them, a projector may be placed in each gap, projecting across
the space to a screen. The screens and projectors are arranged above
head level, and lean rails may be provided for viewers to hold or to
lean against while standing and viewing the film.

It is used for a
few attractions at Disney theme parks, such as Epcot’s O Canada!,
Reflections of China, and Disneyland’s defunct America the Beautiful
(1967 version), Wonders of China, and American Journeys, which were
housed in the Circle-Vision theater in Tomorrowland. At the 2011 D23
Expo, Disneyland Resort President George Kalogridis announced that
CircleVision would be making a return to Disneyland Park with a new
presentation of America the Beautiful in CircleVision 360, though it is
not currently known where the film will be presented (as the original
theater was replaced with another attraction), and whether this will be a
version of the original film or a new film with the same name and

By using an odd number of screens, and a small space
between them, a projector may be placed in each gap, projecting across
the space to a screen. The screens and projectors are arranged above
head level, and lean rails may be provided for viewers to hold or to
lean against while standing and viewing the film.

Parks that use Circle-Vision technology    Edit

Disneyland Park    Edit
Grand opening: 1955
Closed: 1997 (as a standalone attraction); 2000 (as a segment of the Rocket Rods preshow)
Designer: Walt Disney Imagineering
Location: Tomorrowland
Formal Names of Attraction
Circle-Vision 360
World Premiere Circle-Vision
List of Films Shown
A Tour of the West
America the Beautiful
Wonders of China
American Journeys
Former Sponsors
American Motors (1950s)
Bell System (1960s)
AT&T/ Bell System (1970s)
Pacific Southwest Airlines (1980s)
Delta Air Lines (1990s)
Followed By:
Rocket Rods
Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters
Magic Kingdom    Edit
Grand opening: November 25, 1971 (America The Beautiful)
Closing Date: February 26, 2006 (The Timekeeper)
Designer: Walt Disney Imagineering
Location: Tomorrowland
Formal Names of Attraction
Circle-Vision 360
Metropolis Science Center
List of Films Shown
America the Beautiful (1971-1974, 1975-1979)
Magic Carpet ‘Round the World (1974-1975, 1979-1984)
American Journeys (September 15, 1984 – January 9, 1994)
The Timekeeper (November 21, 1994 – February 26, 2006)
Former Sponsors
Monsanto (Carpets)
Black & Decker
Followed by
Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor
Epcot    Edit
Grand opening: October 1, 1982
Designer: Walt Disney Imagineering
Location: World Showcase
China Pavilion
Canada Pavilion
List of Films Shown
Wonders of China
O Canada! (1982 version)
O Canada!
Current Films
Reflections of China
Canada: Far and Wide
Future Films
Wondrous China
Tokyo Disneyland    Edit
Grand opening: April 15, 1983
Closed: September 1, 2002
Designer: Walt Disney Imagineering
Location: Tomorrowland
Formal Names of Attraction
Circle-Vision 360
List of Films Shown
Magic Carpet ‘Round the World
American Journeys
Visionarium (From Time to Time)
Disneyland Paris    Edit
Grand opening: April 12, 1992
Closed: September 2004
Designer: Walt Disney Imagineering
Location: Discoveryland
Formal Name of Attraction
Le Visionarium
List of Films Shown
Le Visionarium
Renault (1992-2002)

Other uses    Edit

Expo 61 (Turin)    Edit
Grand opening: May 1, 1961
Closed: October 31, 1961
Executive Producer: Roberto de Leonardis (Royfilm)
Director: Elio Piccon
Location: Fiat Circarama Walt Disney, Expo 61, Turin
Formal Name of Attraction
“Walt Disney Presenta Italia 1961 In Circarama”[4]
The Walt Disney Company rented the camera system to Fiat and worked on
post-production. Disney Legend Don Iwerks, son of Ub Iwerks, was sent to
Italy to train the film crew, but ultimately stayed on for the duration
of the filming.[3]
Expo 64 (Lausanne)    Edit
The film has unseen
by the public since 1964, but a digital format is being screened at
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich as part of the exhibition “SBB CFF FFS”
until 2020-01-05.[5]

Grand opening: April 30, 1964
Closed: October 25, 1964
Designer: Ernst A. Heiniger
Location: Transportation Pavilion, Expo 64, Lausanne
Formal Name of Attraction
“Magic of the rails, magie du rail, Zauber der Schiene”
Swiss Federal Railways
Expo 67 (Montreal)    Edit
is one of the rarest Circle-Vision movies, for except for a brief
appearance in January 1974 at Magic Kingdom during their “Salute to
Canada”, it has been unseen since 1967. The film was the inspiration for
the original “O Canada!” film that played at Epcot from 1982-2007.
After the conclusion of Expo ‘67 several of the site attractions &
pavilions continued to operate in the years after the fair ended. Man
and His World – after Expo 67 In 1970 the theatre became the USA
Pavilion, presenting the film “America the Beautiful”, with a post-show
exhibit of Americana including a well-guarded Moon rock.

The Expo 67 Bell Canada Telephone Pavilion
Grand opening: April 28, 1967
Closed: October 29, 1967
Designer: Walt Disney Imagineering
Location: Bell Telephone Pavilion, Expo 67, Montreal
Formal Name of Attraction
“Canada 67″
List of Films Shown
‘67″ – Directed by Robert Barclay. Description from the Expo’67 Guide
book: “You’re on centre stage for the RCMP Musical Ride… on centre ice
for hockey… on the track at the Stampede! CIRCLE-VISION 360°
surrounds you with all the fun and excitement of Canada’s most thrilling
events and its scenic beauty. And then, take your children to the
Enchanted Forest…see exciting new communication services for the
future… all in the Telephone Pavilion!”[6]
The Telephone Association of Canada
Notes: The “B-25″ airplane was used to film the aerial shots.[7]
Expo 86 (Vancouver)    Edit
on the popularity of their pavilion at Expo ‘67 Telecom Canada
recommissioned Disney to create a film. Following the fair, the movie
would movie played temporarily at the Canada pavilion at EPCOT Center.

Grand opening: May 2, 1986
Closed: October 13, 1986
Designer: ??
Location: Telecom Canada Pavilion, Expo 86, Vancouver
Formal Name of Attraction
“Telecom Canada”
Film Shown
“Portraits of Canada/Images du Canada”
Telecom Canada

Other    Edit
cinematic pioneers toyed with the technology from 1884, leading to
Cinéorama. Another system (developed in the 21st century) substantially
similar is in use at the site of the Terracotta Army exhibit at Xian,
China. The Badaling Great Wall near Beijing, China has a Circle-Vision
theater featuring scenes from the Great Wall of China.
See also    Edit
List of film formats
Bell Canada Pavilion (Expo 67)

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