Hello Everyone, I am a recent convert ( about a year) to the world of orchids. I currently have a small array of full size plants but after seeing a few of the terrariums and vivariums elsewhere on this site and the miniatures and micro-miniatures in them, I knew I had to have one. I am building a terrarium out of an exo-terra nano (the tall version, it's 12x8x8inch) http://www.exo-terra.com/en/products/natural_terrarium_nano.php with its matching light canopy. Due to its size, I am guessing I should be mostly looking at micro miniatures. I plan to cover the back with hygrolon/epiweb panels and cover the bottom with pebbles and a little water to increase the humidity. I am hoping the hygrolon will wick a good deal of water up and I was also planning on hand misting it once a day. I was planning on growing at room temp or slightly above due to any heat given off by the bulb. I am not sure about bulbs, I was tentatively planning on a CFL but I am having trouble finding any with a 6000k or 6500k color reading. I have found quite a few with 5000k through. Would this be sufficient? If not, where can I find an appropriate bulb. Also do any of you know what lumen I should be shooting for? I could also go LED if that is a better option, it just needs to fit in the canopy which taks up to a 26 watt bulb. If it fits I may use one of Rays vivarium grow lights ( http://firstrays.com/cart/Plant-Lights/LED-Vivarium-Grow-Lamp), but it will certainly be a tight squeeze if it does(the entire canopy is 8 inch and the bulb is 7.75. I was going to use a time for a 14 hour day. I was going to mount most of them to the hygrolon and then have 1 or 2 more mounted on cork, tree fern, a stick etc in the foreground(these in the foreground can probably be full size miniatures due to the extra space) . I was going to grow moss and maybe some mini companion plants on the rest of the back. How does that sound? I really know nothing about miniatures (or mini companion plants) so any suggestions on species or hybrids that would be appropriate or the general running and building of the thing would be greatly appreciated. I'll post pictures as I start to build it.