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IKEA helps people grow plants indoors

For many, a big downside of living in a city apartment is not having an outdoor space. IKEA is helping people adapt their four walls into an urban oasis with its new hydroponic gardening kits. The retailer hopes that these soil-free setups will soon be sprouting home-made salads around the world.

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