You want to have an idea as to how large your indoor operation will be in order to set aside room for each plant. You have one of two selections: order special equipment and tubs to store the plants inside of or forge your own makeshift pots using plastic storage containers. You have the option of buying large storage containers at Wal-Mart or Target meant for larger plants, or if you want, you can pick up normal planting pots at any home and garden department from a local hardware store or nursery.
The area where you hold your plants is equally as important as the containers the they are in. The LED grow light inside a room will bounce light off the walls to constantly reflect energy, and some areas lend themselves to reflecting light better than others, such as light-colored rooms. You want to set the plants inside a white-painted room, as this shade will serve better to reflect light. Do not forget, planting pots tend to leak water if overfilled, and you want to blanket your floors with painter's plastic to avert water damage on your carpet or hardwood floor. In order for plants to grow properly, you want to place the lights directly overhead and low enough for the plant to capture all the light rays.
The main products you may need to start your grow room are LED grow lights that function as mini-suns. By reflecting blue, red and bright white light, these LED lights radiate the needed light rays a plant uses for photosynthesis. You may need to purchase more than one grow light, especially for bigger operations, and it should be noted that these products can get expensive depending on the size and number of lights they have.