Growing Vegetables & Fruits

More high-wire vegetables, leafy vegetables, herbs and soft fruits with LED grow lights

Get on the fast-track to better growth with LED grow lights. Finely-tuned light recipes improve the quality, consistency and yield of vegetables and fruits – even during winter months. Whether you are growing vegetables indoors or growing fruits indoors, LED grow lights complement natural light, supplying the spectrum and intensity that your crops need without adding extra heat. Plus, LED lighting is an efficient way to increase lighting capacity and lower electricity usage.

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LED indoor grow lights for vegetables boost harvest and quality of crops

Boost yield, year-round with vegetable grow lights

Philips LED indoor grow lights for vegetables can unlock new potential for your business. Whether you want to boost yield and quality for high-wire tomatoes and cucumbers, grow vegetables year-round in your greenhouse. With Philips LED lights for growing vegetables, you get outstanding results based on our extensive experience and research with a broad variety of vegetables grown in some of the largest, most successful greenhouses in the world.

Grow herbs indoors with LED grow lights for higher productivity and better tasting crops

Grow herbs indoors with LEDs for outstanding results

Achieve higher productivity and better tasting crops when you grow herbs indoors with Philips LED grow lights. Whether you produce basil, microgreens or edible flowers in a greenhouse or vertical farming facility, many growers have named Philips the best LED grow lights for herbs. Our custom LED light recipes enable growers to get excellent color, shape and taste that make their products stand out, when they grow herbs with LED indoor grow lights.

If you are growing fruits indoors, your crops will really shine with LED grow lights

Grow fruits with LEDs for sweet success

If you are growing fruits indoors, like strawberries and other soft fruits, your crops will taste sweeter and fresher with LED grow lights. Whether you grow fruits with LED in a conventional greenhouse or vertical farming facility, Philips LED technology gives you a competitive edge.

Effective solutions for vegetables & fruits

Philips GreenPower LED toplighting

Toplighting helps you add artificial light to natural daylight on dark winter, spring and even summer days for higher quantities of tasty vegetables, fragrant herbs and juicy fruit.

Philips GreenPower LED toplighting force

The ultimate LED grow light for light-loving crops. 1-to-1 HPS replacement utilizing the same connection, while increasing the light levels by 84%.

Philips GreenPower LED toplighting compact

Make the easy switch from HPS to all the benefits of LED toplighting, using your existing HPS set-up and trellis construction.

Philips GreenPower LED flowering lamp

Improve your strawberry crop results by preventing budding or expediting flowering with LED flowering lamp.

Philips GreenPower LED production module

Productive solution for multilayer systems used to grow lettuce and leafy greens, soft fruits and herbs year-round.

GrowWise control system

Philips GrowWise Control System gives you full flexibility and control over your lighting to improve your crop quality, productivity and operational efficiency.

Philips GreenPower LED interlighting

Bring the right PAR light into the right part of your high-wire canopy where it has the biggest effect on your crop.

Our proven recipes for growth with vegetables and fruits


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Find out how greenhouse lighting is helping Van Nature grow tomatoes all year round

Vegetables and fruits blogs

Why avoid white light in basil cultivation

After extensive testing with light recipes using the Philips LED production module dynamic we came to conclusion is better to avoid white light in LED installations.

Additional blue light does not affect taste and crop quality of basil

During the study we wanted to see if the addition of a higher amount of blue light made a difference in the shelf life and quality of the basil.

3 Tips for growing strawberries without daylight with Philips LED

Philips GWCS research growth parameters relevant to a crop: light is obviously essential, but factors such as climate and variety choice are equally important

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Vegetables & Fruits

High wire vegetables, leafy greens, herbs and soft fruits

Improve the quality, consistency and yield of vegetables and fruits, year-round with finely-tuned light recipes. LED grow lights supply the spectrum and intensity that crops need without adding extra heat.


Cut flowers, potted plants, bedding plants & perennials

The right light recipe increases flower size, propagation success and production numbers, while shortening crop cycles. LED grow lights give you full control over your plants and indoor climate in all the growth phases.

Vertical farming

Grow leafy greens, herbs and fruits without daylight

Producing profitable crops in indoor facilities. LEDs make the dream possible. They provide the optimal growth recipe to, grow healthier, pesticide-free crops, propagate young plants and maximize single or multi-layer yield indoors.

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Dynamic LED lighting yields significant savings

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