Posted November 14, 2018 08:14:03Amazon is testing the parlor farm idea with a new “parlor farm” feature that will allow you to rent out space in your home for small parlor gardens, and it looks like it’s making some money.
We have a lot of experience in the industry with parlor farming.
We’ve used the product in the past to help businesses with space issues, as well as our own parlor.
It was a great success.
It helped us gain a lot in terms of customer retention and increase our revenue and we’re hoping to do that again with this new feature.
We’re also excited about how the customer feedback has been and what people are saying about the feature.
Amazon says that the feature will be available in its homes in the U.S. and Canada later this month.
It says that users will be able to choose the size of the parlors, as they do in other products, and that the parlocs can be as small as one or two people, or as large as 1,000 people.
The new feature will cost $99 a month or $199 a year.
Amazon has not yet said when it will roll it out globally.
The parlor farms feature will also work on its Echo speaker.
Amazon is not the first company to push the concept of parlour farms.
Earlier this year, the company launched a similar parlor-friendly feature that lets users rent out their own living space.