With a higher light output to help growth and a pleasing light quality, our energy efficient LED Grow Lights create an optimal indoor gardening space for your plants and you. Here are the benefits in full bloom.
Compared to the purple tint of other grow lights, ours has a light quality that’s pleasing to the human eye.
Compared to fluorescent grow lights, LED Grow Lights reduce energy costs.
LEDs put off very little heat compared to other bulb technologies.
LEDs produce no buzzing or humming sound.
LEDs last longer than other lighting technologies.
So many reasons to grow
Grow a single plant
Simply add our LED Grow Light to a table lamp to give nourishment to a single potted plant.
Grow herbs and vegetables
Add a convenient mini vegetable and herb garden in your kitchen with our LED Grow Light tubes.
Set up an indoor green space
Create an unbeatable green space in any room of your home.
Get creative with plants
Enhance your décor with artistic plant displays.
Ready to start growing?
Learn how with our Seeds of Knowledge video series.
Episode 1: Reasons to start growing
Episode 2: How to choose the right Grow Lights
Episode 3: How to set up your grow station
Episode 4: Daily lighting tips
Episode 5: How to nurture a plant through its lifecycle
Different bulbs for
different growth stages.
Balanced Light Spectrum
These bulbs optimize the seeds and greens stages of
growth with a balanced red:blue light spectrum that
appears white to the eye.
Advanced Red Light Spectrum
These bulbs give your vegetation optimal light for
flowering and fruit production with a red light spectrum
that appears white to the eye.
A natural light quality for you.
Compared to other grow lights, our light appears pleasing and natural so you can display it anywhere in your home.
Perfect for all growth stages.
Rated for dry and humid conditions with the ability to adapt to high and low light requirements, our Grow Lights provide the flexibility you need to grow a variety of plants.
A high light output for plants.
Our Grow Lights provide the highest number of micromoles available—which means your plants will receive more light to use for both photosynthesis and growth.
Our LED Grow Lights deliver two different light wavelength spectrums to maximize plant growth potential based on the type of plant being grown and its growth stage, all inspired by best practices used by professional growers.
Our Balanced Spectrum LED Grow Lights, used for Seeds & Greens, provide nourishment for the early and mid-stages of plant growth in seedling trays. This mix of blue and red is appropriate for growing leafy greens and herbs through maturity to harvest.
Our Advanced Red-light Spectrum LED Grow Lights, used for Flowers & Fruits, provide the most appropriate nourishment for plants entering the flowering stage of their growth.
This depends on the type of plant, size of plant, and how many plants you are trying to grow. A single light might be appropriate for a small pot with a single plant or a small seedling tray. As plants get larger or the required coverage area expands, more lights may be needed. Generally, if plants are growing well and have a compact, robust structure, they are getting enough light. If plants are weak, with elongated stems and many small leaves, this may indicate additional light needs to be provided. Up to eight LED Grow Light fixtures may be connected in series by using the integrated cords and receptacles in the fixtures. Our LED Grow Lights come in several forms, which may be mixed to provide more light.
Our Grow line products focus on two spectrums—balanced and reproductive. Depending on the type of plant you want to grow, only one may be needed for the entire growth cycle, or both. For a non-flowering plant, grow products with balanced spectrum light technology can be used for the full growth cycle from establishment to maturation. In contrast, a flowering plant would need a product with balanced light spectrum technology for the beginning stages of its growth cycle and would benefit from an addition or transition to a product with reproductive light spectrum technology for the stages from flowering to harvest.
Different types of plants need different amounts of light. Check your seed packaging or plant tags or ask at the nursery for specific suggestions. While seedlings or vegetative plants can require as much as 18 hours of light exposure each day, flowering plants benefit from at least 12 hours. Timers or our C by GE Smart Plug can be connected to the lights to help manage or automate these cycles.
Our LED Grow Lights feature a prescribed light spectrum with high Photosynthic Photon Flux (PPF). Within Grow lights, the higher the PPF number, the more light generated for photosynthesis and growth. Within an indoor environment with high PPF, plants can reach their full growth faster than the time it’d take under direct sunlight.
Our LED Grow Lights feature the highest PPF in the industry when compared to comparable models with more PPF per watt, combined with greater efficiency, for higher efficacy
Unlike other systems on the market today, our LED Grow Lights emit a natural white light vs. an artificial purple light found in most grow systems, so the indoor garden is pleasant to be around no matter where you decide to grow.
High PPF (exceeds comparable competitive models)
High Efficacy (true 660nm red LEDs – not red phosphor)
Two Growth Spectrums for optimized growth given stage and type of plant
Balanced with ~3:1 red:blue flux (general purpose)
Reproductive Red / Flowering with ~6:1 red:blue flux (fruiting/flowering)
Yes – today one in three households are growing their own food. Indoor gardening appeals to those who want fresh, healthy food year-round. Gardening indoors eliminates the challenges of unpredictable weather, poor soil conditions, pests and weeds.
Yes, under the right conditions. Our LED Grow Lights will support a plant’s photosynthesis process during the growth cycle via photosynthetic active radiation technology and high photosynthetic photon flux levels incorporated in our products. With high PPF, plants can reach their full growth faster (within an indoor environment @ 18hrs. per day) than the time under direct sunlight (outdoor environment).
We suggest you consult your seed packet for a time range. Plants have different growing cycles, so it is best to learn more about your plant’s growth cycle so that you can determine the length of time it will take.
Our grow light technology allows you to control the locations of plants during their growth cycles. Completing the entire growth cycle of a plant indoors is a feasible option since we carry products with different light spectrums for the different stages of growing a plant. Similarly, you can also start a growth cycle of a plant during its off season and then transplant it outside once the external environment factors are compatible with the plant again, and vice versa.
Light intensity is only one of three key components which ensure proper growth. Soil condition along with the proper amount and frequency of watering round out the other two components. You should learn about your plant’s growth cycle to maximize growth and reduce challenges along the way. By doing so, you can select the proper model and light spectrum combination to provide sufficient lighting. We suggest regular inspections to confirm that plants are on the correct growth track.
When gardening with our LED Grow Lights, treat the plants no differently than if they were planted in the traditional sense. Although not necessary, you are welcome to incorporate any additional water supply systems, fertilizer, and precautions at your own discretion.
The product package/box has some helpful tips like recommended plants per LED Grow Light type and how many inches to place the light from the plant. Also, certain retailers will be showcasing an LED Grow Lights manual on their LED Grow Lights display, so make sure to look for one at your favorite store.
Yes, our LED Grow Lights are designed to be used by both amateurs and professionals alike. The lights deliver a blue:red ratio in a balanced spectrum inspired by best practices used by professional growers. The mix of blue and red allows plants to absorb the maximum amount of light for their growth stages.
Our LED Grow Lights can be used in various lamps and fixtures to coordinate best with your home or room’s aesthetics. The light output appears white to the eye, not a harsh purple like some grow lights on the market.