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Roman philosopher Marcus Tullius Cicero once said, "If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need." 

While this may be true, not everyone has the luxury of time or enough space in their city homes for a sprawling garden. Lucky for us, scientists have discovered hydroponic gardening or soil-less plant growing, and have launched highly innovative products like IKEA's KRYDDA/VÄXER series that we could easily order online. 

If you're thinking about starting your own indoor herb patch but aren't too keen on using store-bought kits, you could always build one from scratch. Check out our list of essentials below: 

Main photos from: Mind and Pioneer Settler

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