I hope I'm not cluttering up this section with stuff that's already been covered but I couldn't find anything in searches so I decided I would make a post. During summer my orchids take a vacation outdoors but in the winter they grow in a "grow chamber" I made myself. The "chamber" is basically a three tiered rack that has been covered/sealed with clear vinyl plastic. The bottom level is the shortest and all it has is a bin that the vinyl plastic "runs" into so as to direct water into a bin. This way no water gets on the floor. The next level is slightly taller than the bottom one and is where shorter plants which don't require much attention stay during the winter. The top level is the largest (it is as tall as the bottom two levels combined) and is split down the middle with another sheet of clear vinyl plastic. This is the level where I add hanging plants and mounted plants. The plastic divider is there so I can have a dry side and a wet side. After purchasing a fluorescent grow light for a set of terrariums I have and noticing an improvement in growth, I would like to buy some bulbs for this grow chamber. After thinking about some options, I have decided that the best idea would be for two single bulbs to hang down into each chamber. I am hoping to find grow lights that are in the form of the compact fluorescent (spiral) lights so they can illuminate in every direction. From my experience with the other fluorescent fixture I believe that the light should be cool enough as to not cook the plants in the chamber. Does anyone know of any grow lights that come in a compact fluorescent form? Also, if there are none that are fluorescent, do LED lights come in styles that illuminate in every direction? I appreciate any help I can get, Thanks!