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Various different kinds, though in the greenhouse there I use mainly 4 foot T8 shoplights, along with a couple 2 foot versions. I don't pay as much attention to the details on lighting like others do, as so far haven't needed to.
heres my brocchinia soaking up those soon-to-be spring sun rays its definitely growing back again idk if you saw my other thread a while back where I talked about how it was almost dead from several shocks it recieved
First one shows the wax coating on the leaves really well
And here, you can see it's nowhere near how the wild plants look, but still pretty tubular by cultivation standards.. if only I had a full-sized greenhouse for it....
Yeah, they're actually really easy to grow. Surprised more people don't have them, but that may just be due to the slow reproduction cycle of these guys.
I've been growing mine since somewhere around November/December.