For more casual plants, this is great. My tineke rubber tree and monstera deliciosa each have their own bulb and have been absolutely thriving. I also recommend getting a timer to plug it into.
They fit perfectly into our kitchen recessed lights and provide great illumination. Make sure to put up a curtain (preferably reflective) or install them in a fixture with a reflector/shield.
It is in the winter season and my pothos is still sprouting new leaves. I have a bunch of new growth on my miniature roses. I also have a modest sized colocasia that had grown numerous green leaves.
These bulbs are terrific. They are 9 watts which doesn't cost much electricity. The par value is higher for these th than the feit br30 bulbs.
This bulb needs to be around 6-9 inches over the plant in order to work. It messes up the décor of my living room and is in general an eyesore.
The only thing that weirds me out is how the light shows up on camera. I have flashlights that strobe through the camera, and my other plant light turns everything pink/purple/blue-ish on camera, but the shadow thing is new to me. I love how adjustabl... Read More
The timer works well enough. You have the option of leaving the light powered on 24/7 or you can have it powered on in 4, 8 or 12 hour increments by using the timer. It also has a timer, although rudimentary, which is important to have.
This adaptability is a huge plus for any indoor gardener looking to maximize plant growth and health. I have 3 of these grow light with goosenecks over my tall cacti collection.
This one is def worth the extra ~$10. Its sleek design fits perfectly into my modern kitchen aesthetic. My home decor is plants and i have to have these lights.
Fairly priced. Well packaged. Quite protected. Price is competitive. As described by seller.
I can’t handle flickering like that, it physically hurts my eyes and gives me a headache. Seems like i'm not the only one whose light stopped lighting!