Not content with dominating the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and almost all corners of the home, the Swedish furniture company Ikea have now moved on to the garden.
Their latest urban gardening range includes a number of different designs with this indoor mini greenhouse really catching our eye at FDL HQ.
Quick and simple to set up it's big enough to house a number of plants, herbs and even vegetables. They're only small but perfect if you have limited space and still want to grow your own fresh vegetables.
They cost $20 and come with a adjustable roof incase those storks grow a little too much.
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