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What should I use for lighting my garden?


Nancy
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I am going to buy a whole lot of outdoor lights for my garden - what are the best lights for this?


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Martha
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They sit about 1m off the ground, so can light up quite a nice area, they look good, and they don't cost a lot.


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Hanry
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If your garden has steps in them, then definitely look at buying some of these. Look fantastic and very important for night safety walking around.


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david_green
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Spike lights are also a very good and cost effective solution, particularly around trees and bushes.


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simon_jacob
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I think the most beautiful garden lights are inground uplights, around path and lawns, and also near trees. Stunning!


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martin_white
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If your garden is near your walls you could try up down lights or wall mounted spotlights.


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evans_rose
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I've seen some people use ground mounted flood lights and this works extremely well. You only one or two, so the cost of purchase and wiring is very small.


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The best solar uplights for trees are certainly a smart means to accentuate your trees and other outdoor spots.
Solar-powered uplights can add more appeal and beauty to wherever you install them without consuming electricity, and they do it in a more subtle approach.
Equipping your trees or other outdoor areas with solar lights is a second-to-none approach to saving more energy and money. As you know, these lights are eco-friendly and do not require maximum maintenance.


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