Grow lights give sun-deprived indoor plants the green light - or rather, the purple light - to produce energy and stay healthy. Not all plant parents have access to enough light for their foliage babies, and colder seasons can mean less sunlight in general. Some houseplants, such as succulents and edible plants, also require more light to truly thrive. If your plant isn't getting the light it needs, you can always supplement natural light with energy-efficient LED grow lamps. Most manufacturers will produce grow lamps that emit a purple color, as blue and red light wavelengths are important in plant development. From clamp-on grow lights to panels, we've rounded up the best LED grow lights to give your indoor plants a little TLC all year long! Related: You Can Score a Mini Fiddle-Leaf Fig Plant For Just 15 Bucks at Some Costco Locations
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Color has the ability to change our mood, and make us feel happy, sad, and everything in between. It's a brand new year, and although it may feel like not much has changed, we've got a bit more perspective, a bit more knowledge, and a bit more optimism this time around. This year, we're all about color. To give some context, this editor lives in a house that is almost exclusively decorated in neutral shades of white and tan, and who's own wardrobe can be narrowed down to black, white, and navy blue. So if I'm ready for color, I have a sense that you may be too. There are five big trends we're seeing for 2021, and many of them give off a sherbet-like vibe. They're not quite pastels, nor are they dark and moody. They're sophisticated and layered while still feeling whimsical and modern. This year, outfit your home, your wardrobe, and everything in between in these five shades. Just scrolling and shopping will put a little extra pep in your step. Related: The Uncertainty of the Next Few Months Is Encapsulated in Pantone's 2021 Colors of the Year
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