Ferns Growing Under Indoor LEDs

November 20, 2018

When it comes to choosing the right houseplants, it's easy to assume that if a plant is categorized as "low light" then it can survive anywhere indoors. This is not always the case, as everyone's home...and different areas throughout the home...have very different light levels. Even low-light plants, such as ferns, may need supplemental grow lighting once you retreat to darker corners of your home.

PC: Leslie F. Halleck

This modern LED growing fixture, that doubles as a decorative lamp, works perfect for some small ferns I keep against a windowless wall in my living room. Complete growing units like these allow you to grow types of plants you wouldn't normally be able to grow in darker areas indoors.

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