22 Landscape Lighting Ideas: This exterior is also uplit to highlight the stonework, and a path light in front spreads its beam over a bank of hydrangeas. Hydrangeas love landscape lighting, says Dross of
22 Landscape Lighting Ideas: Shadow can be just as interesting as light. The spotlights on the front of this house were placed very close to the foundation so that the light would catch the edges of the beautiful stonework and create an intricate shadow pattern. To avoid a dead dark spot at the peak of the roof, the designer placed one spotlight on a stem in the flower bed (at left) that sends light all the way to the top. From DIYnetwork.com
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Low Voltage, High Impact A string of low-voltage lighting is the perfect solution for brightening a shady bend along a walkway. It's a low-cost, easy, do-it-yourself solution for illuminating a path and highlighting plantings.