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I will need some recommendations on the best LED lamps for this purpose. What can you recommend me?
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I think that you will be able to find a perfect LED growing light on https://smokeandbuzz.com/viparspectra-reflector-led-series-review/ It is a very nice and helpful service with different growing devices which may help you choose one for your needs. Hope you will find it useful

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My husband and I live in a condominium unit with very limited space. In one of our travels to Dubai, we saw a beautiful smart indoor garden that we wanted to try. We bought this online and you might want to try it also for yourself. It's called Click and Grow and with this, you're able to grow your own herbs and flowers even inside of your house. They use this great LED lights that help in the growth of the plants . It's very easy to set-up, you just plant and plug, and you're good to go. It's so nice seeing these plants grow within the comforts of your own home. It also aids in providing a healthy atmosphere inside your home. This is based on our actual experience, hope this helps. =)
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Yes, I have had a lot of experience growing plants at home. Since I live in an apartment, I do not have a dedicated garden space, but I do have specially made large window boxes in which I grow my plants in pots. I have a few flowering plants such as Arabian Jasmine, Hibiscus, marigolds and a beautiful purple shamrock with delicate, pink flowers. I also have a perennial climber which is a five-petaled blue Clitoris ternatea. As for other plants, I grow a lemongrass which I use to flavor tea, mint, holy basil and curry leaves that I use for cooking. Besides, I have occasionally managed to successfully grow cherry tomatoes, chillies and bell peppers. Since my son has started conducting his experiments, we also managed to grow a few sweet pea plants, one or two potatoes and a lot of mustard greens. Though the yield is very very low, it still is a great pleasure to taste what you grew yourself.

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