Garden LightingContemporary Patio, London

LED garden spike lights are the ideal fittings to light your garden as you can move them as the planting grows and matures. Our range of LED outdoor garden lights include LED spike spot lights, LED spike floodlights and a wonderful new candle-like product – the Carella.

Photo of a mid-sized contemporary backyard patio in London. —  Houzz
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Amanda Pollard added this to Everything You Need to Know About Garden Lighting28 May 2019

How do I minimise disturbance to wildlife?Avoid leaving lights on overnight. “It’s important to restrict the lighting to only when you’re sitting outside or you’re inside and want to light up the garden for ambience,” says Rogers. “Artificial light can disrupt animal behaviour, especially breeding and hunting, and can disorientate nocturnal pollinators.”

Amanda Pollard added this to 10 Illuminating Ways to Set Your Garden Aglow24 May 2017

3. Look to LEDsNot only are they energy efficient, but unlike other energy-saving bulbs they are instantly bright when switched on. LED lights are also low-voltage and easy to install with a cable connected to a transformer. And, as they are low-voltage, the cable doesn’t need to be buried deep in the ground. Here, LED spike lights are dotted among the foliage and an LED strip is fitted below the bench seating.

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Yulia Giancola added this to Clissold Ground Floor4 April 2021

Use of circular, sat around seating to have more space for planting behind

fruitcake1 added this to Garden2 August 2020

Seating area outside side extension

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