Hi all, I just bought a beautiful 18" tall hibiscus. I don't really have any prime space for it to get full light (my citrus get that space) so what I did is I repotted it and put it in my bedrom which has a Northeast facing window. The problem is it only gets about 30 mins. of direct sun per day. To fix this, I bought a hundred watt full spectrum bulb and put it in a clip-on desk lamp with a bendy neck, clipped it on to the bottom of the stand and have the light facing up at the plant. The light will be on for ten hours a day plus the blinds will be open with indirect sunlight coming in all day. My question is, with the light shining up at the tree will it have any negative effect on it's growth vs. if the light was shining down on the tree? For example, will the tree eventually start to grow and even bend towards the light below it? Also, would a string of Christmas lights strung throughout the tree instead provide a better light source? Or am I just dreaming? Thanks.