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Interactive magazine inserts are apparently becoming a thing in Sweden. First, Ikea came at us with an ad that pregnant women could pee on to reveal discounts on a crib, and now Swedish hardware chain Clas Ohlson has concocted a similar idea (albeit, one that’s less … bizarre) to sell its gardening paraphernalia.

Rather than urine, this ad just requires a bit of water and sunlight to thrive, as it’s full of flower seeds. The ad, which is made from plantable seed-paper, promotes a flower pot that consumers can use to plant the seeds, which come from flowers including snapdragons, catchflies and daisies.



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