30W LED Grow light for Succulent/Plant (waterproof) - 100 LED Bulb
30W LED Grow light for Succulent/Plant (waterproof) - 100 LED Bulb
30W LED Grow light for Succulent/Plant (waterproof) - 100 LED Bulb
30W LED Grow light for Succulent/Plant (waterproof) - 100 LED Bulb
30W LED Grow light for Succulent/Plant (waterproof) - 100 LED Bulb

30W LED Grow light for Succulent/Plant (waterproof) - 100 LED Bulb

Regular price $18.00
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Suitable for both indoor and outdoor usage.
Powered by 2 pin socket. Just need an easy adaptor.
Various size to choose from.From 1 - 5 strip LED lights.


Contain Violet-blue and Red light best for succulent growth. Check before you buy from other store. Comes with a switch and an easily connectable cable for u to join in as many lights as possible. 

More info:
Violet-blue light in the 400 – 520 nanometer range encourages chlorophyll absorption, photosynthesis, and growth.Red light in the 610 – 720 spectrum range promotes flowering and budding.

Grow lights should provide the proper spectrum of light for photosynthesis, which key to plant growth. Before purchasing a light, be sure to check out the provided color spectrum. Lights that can provide a full spectrum are the ideal choice for your growing space. This is where LED lights come in handy.

Most LED growing lights offer both types of color spectrum lighting, so you can get all the benefits.As a rough guide, incandescent grow light bulbs should be at least 24 inches over your plants.

Fluorescent and LED lights have a lower heat signature, so they can be placed 12 and 6 inches over plants respectively.

How Long Should the Grow Light Be Left On?

Different types of plants need different amounts of light. As a general rule of thumb, most vegetables and flowering plants need 12 to 16 hours of light per day, with flowering plants at the top end of that range.

Plan on giving most plants at least 8 hours of darkness per day.

Darkness is actually very important for the plant growth cycle. During the day, sunlight helps plants produce energy through photosynthesis. At night, however, plants break this energy down for growth and flowering in a process called “respiration”.