Leslie F. Halleck

Certified Pro Horticulturist, Marketing & Business Consultant, Book Author

Gardening Under Lights
Order Today!

Leslie F. Halleck

Certified Pro Horticulturist, Marketing & Business Consultant, Book Author

Gardening Under Lights
Order Today!

Gardening Under Lights

The Complete Guide For Indoor Growers

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Make your indoor garden shine! Gardening Under Lights is a highly-detailed, accessible guide for seed starters, plant collectors, and anyone who wants to successfully garden indoors any time of the year. Book release date 6/6/18 - books will ship after that date. CLICK on Image for detailed information about the book and shipping information.

Gardening Under Lights

Looking to take your indoor gardening skills to a new level? My new book offers both total beginners and experienced gardeners all the information they need to get growing indoors year-round. From detailed information on how to determine your lighting needs, to all the latest in grow lights, to how to grow houseplants, veggies, herbs, citrus, cannabis, succulents and more indoors. No sun? No problem!

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Elm Bonsai Need a Dormancy Period

Want to grow bonsai indoors? Temperature and dormancy requirements of certain species will imparct your success with indoor bonsai. Deciduous species of tree bonsai--such as elm--will drop their leaves, just as they would in fall and winter outdoors.

Give them some time in a dormant period outside, as temperatures cool in the fall, before transitioning them back indoors, which will trigger them to begin growing and leafing again. We all need a break sometimes!

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