Something I'm been wanting to do for years and with the current state of LED lighting I think it might now be possible.
I'm looking to grow a small colony of Brocchinia reducta indoors under LED lighting, I've never grown this plant before but have experience with hundreds of species of orchids/ferns/aquatics/marginals/ect. I'm wanting to find out from people who have had success with this species in both high light (yellow leaves) and low light (green leaves) what they feel my space requirements should be along with any helpful hints they might have. I don't want to build a 4' X 4' area if I can do it just fine in a 2' X 2' area.
I'm still in the planning stages so everything is up for change. The ultimate goal of this setup is to grow Brocchinia reducta and Utricularia humboldtii together allowing each of them enough headroom to flower inside the setup. I have been growing humboldtii for many years.
Right now I'm thinking 36" high X 24" X 24", very high light via LEDs, humidity in the 50-70% range, temps 68-72 year round, lots of airflow, and watering via a DIY rain system.
Here are the 3 main sources of info I have found so far. If you know another good source please add it.