Shirlee there are alot of Pros and Cons to selling daylilies from your home. You have to be willing to put in the time and decide what days you will be open and what hours you will be open. You will need to get a DBA(Do Business As) or whats called an assumed name,this may vary from state to state.You will have to get a state license and inspection yearly,this is fairly inexpensive. You will need to know on what scale you will sell, small grower or large grower. I am a small grower because I have 1/4 acre or less of plants.You can check with your local Ag Deptartment on which states have phyto sanction fees,Where I live we cannot ship to CA,NM,AZ,and OR. There could be more I'm not sure without looking it up.You will have to decide if you want to field grow or use pots, I field grow.I only advertise locally and I have an internet site.You will have to decide if you only want to sell from your home or ship. If you want to ship you will need set shipping prices.You dont make money on shipping in fact sometimes you lose but the sale and the customer is what is important.Preparing your daylilies for shipping is quite easy,just dig,label with plant name, spray all soil off roots,trim the tops,allow them to air dry, wrap in newspaper the next day and ship.I base my prices on a couple of different things,how much did I pay for it,how well it multiplies,and demand.I have several very expensive daylilies but I bought them with the intent of using them for hybridizing. If I sell a double fan or to a year I am lucky. I live in a rural area with a struggling economy so I dont expect to sell $100.00 or more flowers here. The average price that most customers buy are those between $5.00 and $20.00.Last but not least you have to do it because you love it. It is a hobby for me and I'm not getting rich but I get to meet lots of wonderful people and make a little extra money as well.I hope this helps you out some and good luck!!