I have some normal solar powered (LED?) lights just lighting up the pathway to my house. If I move some of them to a spot in the garden, where the plants suffer in the shade all day, will the normal (LED?) lights help the plants grow?
(Obviously I’d put them in the sun during the day, and move them to the suffering plants at night.)
I also have some small house plants that I need to move to an other room (with less light than they probably need.) If I let them borrow my daughters extra night light, will it help them? Or if I leave one ceiling affixed light bulb on in the room (The bulb works with a dimmer switch, so I guess it’s one of the old fashioned light bulbs. I think it’s 45 wats)
I also have some of the eco friendly light bulbs handy, but they are too bright for me, and they make me ill, so I’d rather not use them if possible. (I’m extremely photo-sensitive.)
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