Indoor Plant Grow Light

An Indoor Plant Grow Light is the best way to achieve optimal indoor garden light. We'll also learn about houseplant light requirements and how to achieve them.

The three things that all plants need to survive are: food, water, and soil. The food for plants is created when enough light is provided. The water and soil part of the equation are pretty straight forward as long as you follow the recommended care instructions and don’t forget to water your plants.

But how do you ensure that your indoor plants are getting enough light? Finding the right location in your home may require some trial and error before you find the perfect spot.

Before deciding on what type of plants you will have in your house, look into the light requirements. The four categories that describe the different light requirement for plants are:

  • Low
  • Medium
  • High
  • Very High

If you have a sun room or skylights in your home and can position your plants in, or under, them you can purchase plants that need high or very high light exposure. Be aware that some plants can get too much sun, in which case the light that comes in from a regular south-facing window should suffice.

Indoor Gardening Lights

There are options you can utilize if you want a certain type of plant and know that your house is not going to provide it enough light. You can purchase specially designed grow bulbs to supplement the amount of light the plant is getting.


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Be aware of the light requirements for your plants when choosing this lighting method. Although plants require a lot of light to grow, there is such a thing as too much light, as well. The exact ratio for your plant may differ but a good guideline to follow is 14 hours of sunlight to 10 hours of darkness.

In closing, your plants will let you know if they are getting too much or not enough light.

How?? Either they will begin to look dry or they will become limp. The best solution is to try different locations in your home to find the best place for them.

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