My current garden isn’t really large enough for me to put much lighting out there. I have been round some that have long borders with truly fantastic highlights dotted around. Another idea is to have lamps high up in trees and shrubs to provide low lights – these have o be planned well though if any form of power is needed. With so many solar power schemes available, this can be slightly less of a problem but not during the winter months when we need the most lighting, especially at night. If someone is about to landscape their garden, or just generally redesign it by moving some shrubs and adding taller specimens, hen deciding on a lighting plan before any such activity takes place is critical because it is seriously difficult to add it afterwards to have the same seamless effec. Festoons above ay area planned for seating will accetuate well shaped furniture and architectural features. Smart spotlights in walls and along pathways to light the way are perfect. For all powered options, a garden lighting contractor is going to offer the bet solutions so that optimum benefit is gained for eventually a lesser bill!