If you're looking to grow your own herbs at home and don't get much natural light then take a look at these LED grow lights called Cynara.
The lights have been engineered to encourage photosynthesis in plants allowing users to grow a range of plants, herbs and small vegetables in places where there isn't sufficient natural light.
The lights are created in Italy and consume the same amount of power as a wi-fi modem.
The lights are available from Grow the Plant and €114.99.
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