Curry leaf plant lighting in winter
I plan to take my little curry leaf plant indoors as soon as temps drop below 60F. Before that, I would like to be ready with its winter lighting.
I have East side window, where the plant will sit and should get at least 3 to 4 hours of sun. The problem is though, since the plant will be behind the glass, it will get only UVA (heat) and very few UVB. My mint plant really burned last year because of the heat (although I keep the fan on so that the air keeps circulating). How should this part be handled?
With lighting after dark, I was considering regular CFL. I am not interested in HPS light or similar, mainly for energy use and safety issue. Do folks use similar light? Any other advice is welcome.
Thanks in advance.