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  • Orchids are wonderful plants that, when provided with the proper growing requirements, produce some of the most spectacular flowers imaginable. One of the orchids' UCash Academy Review crucial requirements is the right amount of light. Many people don't have the right natural conditions in their homes, so it may be necessary to install some orchid lights.Generally speaking, orchids thrive with a full 12 hour day of light and some even do better with up to 16 hours. Light intensity is important too, with most orchids doing best with bright light but not direct sunlight. Given those somewhat restrictive guidelines, to grow a lot of orchids or a wide variety of them, some type of artificial lighting is necessary.





    What are the best artificial lights for orchids? Like so many questions regarding these beautiful plants the answer is "it depends". The following are the pros and cons of the most readily available lights for orchids, with the disclaimer that this is for general orchid care. Specific orchid species may have different requirements.Incandescent lights are generally not the best choice. They are too warm, so you risk actually burning the orchid plants. They are also inefficient and do not last very long. But there is one application for incandescent bulbs, and that is that they give off "warm" light - the yellow/orange/red part of the spectrum - and they can be used as a supplement for cool fluorescents that only emit the blue end of the spectrum.