Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 05:59:43 AM. Outdoor Lighting. By Rillia Beck.
Floodlights (with a typical light width expanse of 40 feet) are better for tall trees (up to five bulbs of around 50 watts each). Bullet lights and spot lights have a narrow field and are therefore better for shorter trees (trees which are less than 20 feet tall only need a couple of 20 watt uplighters).
Whether that’s for a spot of al-fresco eating, lounging around soaking up the rays or playing games with the kids, our gardens will feature a lot in our lives over the coming months. This isn’t a problem during the warm daylight hours when the sun’s rays are beaming down and boosting our vitamin D count. But what about at night when it’s still warm enough to be outdoors and we’re seeking to create a different ambiance?
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