Plants cannot thrive without light. However, not all plants can survive outdoors in harsh winters. If you want to grow juicy tomatoes and violets in winter or if you want to produce fresh herbs and lettuce year-round, indoor plants thrive in fairy light in all seasons and in all weather.
There are different types of light growing systems depending on the type of plant you want to grow. For a beginner, choosing the right bulbs to grow can be a little daunting. You can also hire a specialist for lighting design at aglosystems.com.au/lighting-design/.
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Luckily, using grow lights is an easy and great way to start your year-round gardening season. Just follow this guide to grow lots of bushy green seedlings.
Types of plants to grow
Since vegetable plants require more light than many exotic plants, you will need to decide what types of plants to grow indoors based on the amount of electricity and available space.
Sunlight covers the spectrum of light, including all the colors of the rainbow; from red to yellow and blue to purple. Although plants usually require the full spectrum for photosynthesis, red and blue light seems to be the most important.
There are many different types of grow lights available in the market, each with its own strengths and properties.
Incandescent bulbs are inexpensive but also the least effective, while fluorescent growth lamps have low heat output and provide a reasonable spectrum of light for growth.