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Light Symphony is a versatile and cost-saving wireless control system for your garden lighting and other outdoor electrical devices.

The Light Symphony range brings new levels of control, flexibility and expandability. Its long wireless range (5Km max!) allows controllers to be positioned in the garden and powered from any source, thereby reducing cabling and digging, while offering fuller control. Its energy saving features and smart timers reduce running costs too...

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Mar 21, 2019 2:27:50 PM
Posted by Lighting For Gardens

This is a guide to lighting trees, not instructions on lighting trees.  Every tree is unique like a finger print; you may have 2 Oak trees illuminated with the same light fittings but their features or structure may differ and more than likely, you will end up with slightly different results...

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Oct 12, 2018 2:31:09 PM
Posted by Brendon Manggos

Without a doubt, LED optics have definitely improved recently. New, more powerful LEDs are now bright enough to light large trees and buildings, but unlike traditional lights they do not suffer from being switched on and off...

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Sep 7, 2018 10:50:14 AM
Posted by Lighting For Gardens

Brendon Manggos, technical sales manager at Lighting for Gardens talks about Elipta lights; product highlights and cheap imitations...

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Aug 17, 2018 1:59:46 PM
Posted by Brendon Manggos

                                                

 Award winning garden designer Sue Gilbert teams up with Habitat Landscapes to create a stunning back garden that’s both stylish and contemporary...

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Jul 25, 2018 8:19:34 AM
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Outdoor lighting can bring real warmth to your garden in the late evening, but LED outdoor lights still need to look good during the day too.

Solid copper weathers to a mottled brown colour (verdigris patina) over time and beautifully compliments planting, surrounding gravel, stone or wood during daylight hours, whilst still managing to provide you with a choice of light; beam angles, brightness and colour well into the dark hours.

Jun 15, 2018 12:01:22 PM
Posted by Lighting For Gardens

Without a doubt, LED optics have definitely gotten better recently. New, more powerful LEDs are now bright enough to light large trees and buildings, but unlike traditional lights they do not suffer from being switched on and off. This gives LEDs a huge advantage for anything that requires frequent switching such as security lighting. With the touch of a button or app based control they can be switched or dimmed. Colour changing LEDs can be used to change the mood and even switch between warm and cool white...

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Feb 15, 2018 9:51:21 AM
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Members of the LFG technical team managed to escape the office last week and were on-hand to answer enquiries at this year’s Futurescape event held at Sandown Park...

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Nov 22, 2017 12:13:10 PM
Posted by Lighting For Gardens

Bold urban spaces, roof terraces and courtyard gardens are often crying out to be integrated with their neighbouring environment. Images of a recent London based project courtesy of Paul Newman Landscapes, help to illustrate how links can be forged again with nature and how a new ambience can emerge with an urban garden renovation.

                                                                                                             

Oct 19, 2017 12:28:45 PM
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Glistening water and the shimmering light projected by underwater lighting through moving water can be fascinating. Some clever crosslighting of marginal planting from underwater can also produce a contrasting, subtle effect. Elipta underwater LED lights for ponds are available in kit form or sold as individual underwater LED spotlights suitable for most underwater features found in the garden...

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Jul 19, 2017 11:21:50 AM
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