Have a houseplant that doesn't seem happy no matter where you put it? Or a spot that would look perfect with a plant but that just doesn't get enough light? This pendant light could be the perfect solution: it looks like a regular lamp, but actually holds a powerful, full-spectrum grow bulb. So you can make that light-craving plant happy in any spot!
Don't need a full-size light stand but have a plant that could use more sunshine? Try this pendant lamp for a single or hard-to-keep-happy plant. It looks like a standard light fixture, but it actually holds a powerful, full-spectrum grow bulb. Perfect for a niche or corner, over a side table, or that one space you're not really sure what to do with!
Hang your grow lights just about anywhere! The carabiner-style hooks have a spring-loaded gate to safely hold lights with no chance of slipping. And a slide clip system allows you to adjust the height of your lights to suit the height of your plants. Set of two hangers; holds one light fixture.
Versatile floor lamp from Hydrofarm® is handy for growing houseplants or using as a reading lamp. The 27-watt, compact fluorescent bulb provides full-spectrum light that’s optimal for plant growth. The flicker-free bulb also provides exceptional color rendering, making it ideal for reading as well.
Designed for use at a 24" height over a 4' square growing tray, this DE (double ended) lamp and reflector prevents stray light from falling over the edge of the growing area. Random Start, Soft Start, and Soft Dim technologies with 6-phase dimming capacity. NCCS-ready. 120v cord and DEL 1000W HPS lamp included.
Highly valued as an ornamental, the Pink Variegated Lemon Tree is the most fragrant of all lemon trees. Glossy apple-green leaves edged in creamy white provide a background for white blooms. The rind of the young fruit is green striped with gold that matures to pale yellow. Pink flesh with few if any seeds produces juice with a tangy, tart flavor that makes the best lemonade.
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