LED Grow Lights For Your Indoor Plants

October 15th, 2011

In today’s time, many of us have plants which are placed indoors. They are there to beautify our surroundings and make it feel more earth friendly. But how can we say that our homes are earth friendly when the plants we put inside the home are dying. This may be because of the lack of sunlight they need. To resolve this, most of us allow our plants to stay under the sun for some time. After a while we place them back inside the house. This method works but may be tiring for us. To help us with this, we can use other methods. The usage of LED Grow Lights is very useful in this situation. Now you do not have to carry your plants outside then bring them in again just to have those gorgeous plants. All you have to do is plug it in and you have a source of sunlight for them. This type of light does not use up a lot of electricity so you do not have to worry about paying a lot on your electric bill.

2 Responses to “LED Grow Lights For Your Indoor Plants”

  1. Debbie says:

    Hey, there are a million different variations of ivy. not hard to grow and you can clippings very easily in some water. I would suggest going to a local greenhouse and just asking them. Tell them new to planting and that you need indoor plants who need a lot of sunlight and they will happily direct you to what you need.

    I love plants too.

  2. Photo album Greenhouse in November peppers mache lettuce grow | Portable Greenhouse says:

    Thanks for the feedback Dan! I think going to need to get a straight BT spray instead of the mix I bought which contained some BT.

    There are tons of these LED grow lights on BT. let folks know how they work out for me.

    Any ideas, anyone, whether the cabbage worms would also eat my spinach and chard?

    Sandy

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