one Dracaena

Despite the fact that, in general, the dracaena is unpretentious and does not require particularly bright light, during the period of cloudy autumn and winter weather, it may need additional lighting. Otherwise, she may start to get sick and wither away. Illuminate the plant with phytolamps.

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2 Peperomia

There are several varieties of this flower. For example, peperomia with rich green leaves does not need to be illuminated, as it belongs to shade-tolerant varieties. But if the leaves are variegated, additional lighting in autumn and winter will be necessary.

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3 adenium

This is a photophilous plant; if it lacks sun, it will not bloom, become less bright and slow its growth. In autumn and winter, it needs to be illuminated, for this you can even use an ordinary table lamp, but with a powerful light bulb.

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four Campanula

Most often, the campanula does not tolerate the winter period well, there are frequent cases of flower death. The plant needs additional lighting, especially if you have northern windows. It is better to install the lamp lower, up to 30-35 centimeters above the flower, otherwise even so there may not be enough light.

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5 Orchid

Of course, a light-loving orchid may not have enough lighting in cold weather. Flower growers are advised to choose a backlight mode based on the needs of each variety and the conditions in which it is contained. You can turn on phytolamps in the morning and evening, or leave them for a full day.

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6 Gardenia

In short daylight hours, which only decrease with the approach of winter, gardenia is also illuminated. For this, it is best to use fluorescent or LED lamps.

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7 Cactus

This unpretentious plant is, in fact, a big lover of the sun. It is not surprising if you remember that the cactus is a desert inhabitant, where there is a lot of bright sunlight. He can safely survive rare watering and even the absence of soil, but if he does not have enough light, you will immediately understand this. The cactus will stretch, take on strange, ugly shapes, and as a result, it can even die. Choose the most lit corner of the room for the plant or place a fluorescent lamp nearby.

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eight Oleander

This is a subtropical plant that is demanding on the conditions of detention in the winter. Oleander is difficult to hibernate in low light conditions, so it is recommended to provide him with additional support. Fluorescent lamps are best suited for this.

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9 Fuchsia

It is not always necessary to illuminate fuchsia. For example, if you just want to keep the plant until spring, then it must be placed in a cold room with a temperature of no higher than 5 degrees so that it hibernates and overwinter in this state. If you want to keep the plant in its usual form, or you do not have the opportunity to store fuchsia in the cold, then it will need additional lighting. The exception is, perhaps, only the southern or southwestern window sills — there is enough light for this flower.

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ten Pelargonium

This plant thrives in 12-hour daylight hours. If there is less sun, the pelargonium stops blooming, turns pale and begins to stretch strangely towards the sun. To avoid these consequences, it is recommended to artificially extend the daylight hours for the plant.

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