First time gardener. Just using a wee 25w CFL (Pro-Lite plus) with a big mylar lined cylinder which I pop around the pot to reflect. Growing in a potful of soil/peat mix. About an inch and a half of those clay ball thingies on the bottom for drainage. Came home from work last week to find the leaves hot & wilted as bulb had blown and the other half had panicked and "helped out" by screwing in a 100w lamp bulb about 6 inches away from the top of the plant. Gutted. Replaced bulb immediately and plant seemed to perk up quite quickly, however, a few days on, some leaves seem to have curled downwards, others seem to have scarring. There are no brown patches at all - leaves still a nice green, still firm and I can find no sign of critters. I have posted a pic in the gallery. Will this have been caused by the short period bulb frying? Or do I need to really start worrying?