You design your lawn and garden, invest time and energy. （and money)
Create good things.
You have planted locals who are fully adapted to your local conditions and do not need water.
You've started your own compost compost to provide homemade fertilizer for your plants.
You've planned shady and sheltered areas around the house to minimize heating and cooling costs.
To reduce runoff and use rainwater, you have outlined the landscape.
It's a perfect, eco-friendly garden, but if you can use it after dark, isn't it good?
Outdoor lighting can be a safe feature in your yard, but it can also increase the fun of your garden when you have to take out the garbage at night.
Outdoor parties, or just the chance to relax or play in the yard after sunset, are easier to hold in places with lighting.
If you think you have to dig trenches to install wires or hire professionals to help install extra plugs, you don't need to add this smart thing to your yard anymore. Now is the time to seriously consider solar energy.
Outdoor or horticultural stores provide solar lamps of all shapes and sizes.
You can choose floodlights, layered lamp posts, or light from simple lamp posts, which can be pushed directly to the ground.
They have their own-
In solar panels, so they don't need to be connected to your power supply, making it easier for them to install than lights.
Remember, if you buy a lamp, you will bring another benefit to the environment. (
And other garden supplies)
The more they travel, the greater their carbon footprint.
Now you have a courtyard. It's your property day and night. Besides, you can save electricity.
What about a real green garden?