Leslie F. Halleck

Certified Pro Horticulturist, Marketing & Business Consultant, Book Author

Gardening Under Lights
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Leslie F. Halleck

Certified Pro Horticulturist, Marketing & Business Consultant, Book Author

Gardening Under Lights
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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. Get your personalized signed copy here! 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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Grow Mixed Lettuce Indoors

If you want to harvest young lettuce leaves, or baby greens, then you don't have to grow just one type of lettuce at a time. You can mix together different types in the same container to grow them indoors. I like to mix multiple types of lettuce to create a nice 'salad bowl'. Try ‘Lollo Rossa’, ‘Oak Leaf’, ‘Black Seeded Simpson’, and ‘Buttercrunch’ for different colors and flavors.

Grow lettuce indoors using LEDs, HOT5 Fluorescent, or CFL grow lamps, with 12-13 hour photoperiods.

For continual leaf harvesting, snip leaves from outside the central growing point, which allows new leaves to emerge from the center. If you plan to harvest an entire head, you can grow under longer photoperiods, but be sure to harvest the plant as soon as it fills out, before it bolts.

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I’m not allowed to do any lifting or strenuous activity for another month (torture) so my sweet husband filled up all my pots for me so I could transplant my indoor #tomatoes 🍅 & #basil 🌿 to larger pots. They’ve been growing leaps and bounds in the #growtent so they are moving on up. At least I get to do a otter gardening-lite!

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