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Plants like it purple…

Give the right light to

Your house plants!









flora is a LED light bulb developed to promote and stimulate the growth of house plants. Althoughflora is a LED light bulb, it’s very smart and can be installed in most of the socket of the home, such as table lamps, lamp holder spring or ceiling lamps. It has a very low energy consumption of only 6W.

Ideal for horticultural plants, bonsai, flowers and succulents.















flora has been fully developed by Ambra Elettronica and the products are entirely manufactured in Italy with high quality materials. Ambra Elettronica truly believes in tradition and the respect for the values of all “MADE IN ITALY” products.












flora isn’t an industrial product and therefore its assembly is handmade by skilled technicians using high quality materials.

This lamp is built in compliance with the strictest regulations and in accordance to technical criteria, ensuring a safe and practical use.















flora is quite elegant, has an aluminum body and the glass bulb is satin finish. It has low energy consumption: 6 kWh / 1000h and reduced dimensions. flora can be installed in most of the lamp socket having a common E27.
flora emits a cold light and so you can approach the leaves of the plant near to the glass bulb without the risk of burning leaves or flowers.









flora has been developed with a specific emission spectrum to obtain the maximum efficiency in energy savings and in absorption of radiated light by the plants. flora provides optimal levels of Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR), the photons that promote growth and yield without wasting energy to produce photons not efficiently used by the plant.





Technical Data

Model: flora cod. 3260009

Type: LED light bulb R63 Reflector socket E27

Power: 6 W

Voltage: 220-240 V 50/60 Hz           Light spectrum

Energy consumption: 6 kWh / 1000 h

On/OFF cycles: > 40.000

Life time > 30.000 h

Dimensions: Ø 63 mm, h 110 mm

Full instant light

Not dimmerabile

User environment: indoor

 Light spectrum


PPFD [10 cm]: 425 μmol m-2s-1

Light spectrum



flora has been developed and manufactured in compliance with the following regulations and directives:

         Low Voltage Directive (2006/95 CE)

Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108 CE)

flora is built in compliance with the following standards:

EN 55015       EN61000-3-2             EN61000-3-3

EN 61547       EN61347-1                 EN61347-2-13

        EN 62471-2010:    Photobiological Safety of Lamps and Lamp Systems




immagineusoHow to use


The LED light bulb can be installed in most of the lamp socket at a distance between 10 and 40 cm by the leaves of your plant. flora emits a cold light and so you don’t take the risk of burning leaves or flowers.









It is necessary to take into account that the amount of light that is received from the plant is inversely proportional to the distance at which is positioned the bulb. Therefore, the shorter the distance between bulb and leaves, the greater the amount of light that is given to the plant.

To grow and develop, plants need of alternation of light and dark, ie the situation that normally has in nature. Consequently flora should be used for a time between 8 and 14 hours during the day depending on the type of your plant and in particular to the fact that it requires more or less light.














It's not recommended the use during the night or for a longer period than that indicated. For best results we recommend using a timer to set the switching on and off of flora at a specific time without taking care, even when you are away from home for a few days.

Light is an important factor for plant growth, but it must always be accompanied by the proper conditions of temperature, moisture and nourishment. So your plants will always need your care.



















flora can be used for horticultural plants (basil, pepper, lettuce, marjoram, mint, strawberry...) and for flowers (orchids, spathiphyllum, Anthurium, ficus Benjamin, Kentia…).