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Plant Display

Posted by Jitty 3A (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 25, 04 at 1:55

How does everyone display there plants. Im looking for new ways to grow under lights. Pictures would really help.


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RE: Plant Display

I've got mine in a corner of a room underneath a black lamp (with 3 sockets).. Each socket has a CFL bulb in it and on the top I've got an AGRO light. The AGRO light stands out a bit because it has a metal reflector around it but for teh most part it is fitting for a room setting.


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RE: Plant Display

Hi Jitty,

I can show you the light stands that I have for my violets and other gesnariads. They are baker's stands with 2ft. fixtures attached under each shelf. I'm not sure if this is what you asked for, but I enjoy showing it off anyway.

Larry


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Display or grow? I am still working on my setup, but I keep my plants in a separate room. I will try to post a pic tonight.


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RE: Plant Display

This is my setup. It is A LOT brighter than how it photographed. I also have a shop light with two 40W tubes to be installed overhead.


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Larry,

I absolutely love your plant stands and all your decor(saw the pic with both stands in houseplant forum). I sent 2 emails, then thought to ask here: how many bulbs are in each fluorescent fixture (1 or 2) and exactly what kind of bulbs are they? I REALLY appreciate you uploading those pics, and hope you don't mind I'm going to copycat you. I tried to get a woodworker to build me a stand like one he posted on his website, but he was too busy building for his grandkids, then I saw yours - wow - I even found what looks to be the same baker's rack and ordered it. Now I need the lights and plants!

Thanks!

V.


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