Best way/how much, to supplement light with this setup?
I have approx 7'x2' area of various seedlings and container plants inside (fan palm, meyer lemon, banana, pineapple, ghost peppers to name some of them) near a west facing window. I'd like to supplement the light but I'd rather not drill into the ceiling or wall for a hanging T5 or MH setup. Plus the plants are different sizes and at various heights above the floor (they vary from 2-6' at their tallest points) so I figured an adjustable 5-bulb floor lamp setup with CFL's would work better so I can be more precise with focusing the lighting.
I was thinking about getting two of the mentioned floor lamps (they're about $20 at Target) and a total of 10, 42w 6500k CFL's (maybe a few 2700k's mixed in for any future flowerings?).
Each bulb is about 3000 lumens, so a total of about 30,000 if I did it this way. Does that sound like enough?
Is there perhaps a better way of going about lighting such an area or is this fine?