LED Grow Lights

Nature Optimized



The traditional grow lights have always offered a specified blue & red spectrum for optimal plant health that while effective, lack aesthetic integration into the room. What we offer is an elegant solution that achieves the proper light spectrum for plants and meets the aesthetic appeal architects are after. We use high quality lighting, typically reserved for galleries and museums to help achieve healthy plant growth while paying respect to your desired look and feel.

Our lighting solutions ensure that your plant life receives the necessary energy to flourish while keeping costs down. Explore below to see how we can help ensure you curate the best environment for your commercial or residential spaces.


LEDs and fluorescent bulbs both produce full-spectrum light. Incandescent bulbs are not normally used due to the heat they give off which can burn foliage. LEDs overall are better for plants, the environment, and your wallet, here’s why:

  • Our LEDs are calibrated to meet the exact needs of indoor plants, with a boost of blue light to stimulate stronger roots, enhance photosynthesis, and ensure peak growth. They also give off very little heat.
  • Although they cost a bit more up front, LEDs are super-efficient, using half the electricity and lasting 5x longer than fluorescent bulbs.
  • LEDs are earth-friendly. Mercury-free LED tubes won't shatter like glass, so fewer end up in the landfill.

Overall, LED grow lights are the optimal choice to meet your growing needs. Explore our product offerings below and contact us help design your customized solution.


Intensity describes the amount of light that reaches a surface at given distance from the light source. For example, a bright bulb that's 6in from a surface might, provide the same light intensity as a dimmer bulb that's 2in from the surface.

Duration describes the number of hours of light a plant receives in a 24-hour period. This variable can be controlled by turning lights on and off, with a programmable timer, or with our integrated solutions as New Earth Labs.

Color describes the visual appearance of light. Most grow lights provide full-spectrum light. Most of the light plants use is from the blue ("cool") and red ("warm") ends of the spectrum; they use little yellow and green light which is reflected and why we see plants as green. Blue light stimulates vegetative growth (foliage and roots) while red light stimulates plants to produce flowers and fruit.

Contact us to customize your solution today.

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