I have taken steps to ensure we do not have any houseplant casualties by supplementing our plants with artificial light to keep our plants happy and healthy no matter the time of year!
Artificial lights can substitute sunlight, stimulating photosynthesis and providing the right color spectrum for your houseplants to grow and flourish.
They are by far the most economical and easy choice for houseplants and have a low heat signature, so you can put them close to plant foliage.
They are exceptionally energy-efficient, have an ultra-low heat output, and provide an ideal light spectrum range, making them the most efficient and effective way to grow houseplants.
Incandescent lights are perfect for growing low-light houseplants, such as dracaenas vines or ferns.
High-Intensity Discharge or HID lights are extremely energy efficient. High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) and Metal Halide (MH) lights are the best artificial lights for houseplants.