Added by on 2016-07-10

An Ikea survey last year revealed that 60 percent of survey participants grew plants indoors, be they vegetables or flowers. Gardening was more common in Shanghai, where the number is 75 percent. It’s no surprise, then, that Shanghai is where Ronnie Runesson, a senior product developer at Ikea, came up with the company’s new line of indoor gardening kits. Runesson, who is Swedish and has worked at Ikea for 33 years, recently spent three years in the company’s Shanghai office. While in Shanghai he visited with other product suppliers, and saw several small, indoor units where office workers grew their own lettuces and herbs. Ikea adapted the concept, and the Krydda/Växer line of small-scale hydroponic gardening kits was born. It’s available now in the UK, and will make its way stateside early next year. Ikea’s Clever Kit Makes Indoor Farming as Easy as It’ll Get This video was produced by YT Wochit News using By Happy In Life, If you want to know more information about performance in detail again, Click Here: Miracle-Gro AeroGarden Extra LED Indoor Garden with Gourmet Herb Seed Kit by Miracle-Gro This is a wonderful opportunity to have your own fresh herbs growing fresh right in your own kitchen or a another easy free spot with no hassle. Back in the day when the original AeroGarden was released I had three of them. I used them for years with ease until I had to move and literally had no space at the time to take them with me. This is even better than the original AeroGarden much to my surprise. It uses less energy and you get more growth. You can also easily use your own seeds and make your own little seed pods with slight research. Save money with this. Have fresh herbs […]

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