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Prince Charles, the Royal Gardener

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Prince Charles, the Royal Gardener

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STEVE INSKEEP, host:

It might be a struggle for a small company in organic gardening, but going organic can turn a nice profit if you're royalty.

Our last word in business today goes to the royal gardener. If you're not up on your British royal family news, Prince Charles is keen on organic fertilizers, especially those brewed from seaweed and rainwater. He's written a book on organic gardening which is coming out in the U.S. this week. And you don't have to stop with the book. The prince's line of organic food and beauty products, it's also for sale here as well. He made $80 million last year.

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