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Landscape & Garden Lighting

Posts & BollardsPosts & Bollards

Post & Bollard Lights

Garden SpotlightsGarden Spotlights

Garden Spotlights

Pedestal LightsPedestal Lights

Pedestal Lights

Low Voltage Garden LightsLow Voltage Garden Lights

Low Voltage Garden Lights

Lamp PostsLamp Posts

LED Strip Lighting

Stake LightsStake Lights

Stake Lights

Garden Maintenance ToolsGarden Maintenance Tools

When your garden looks amazing from all the hard work that you’ve put into it, you don’t want to let the hours of darkness to get in the way of enjoying it – and with the extensive number of garden lighting options that are available, you don’t have to. Whether you need to light up paths and patios in order to prevent trips or falls, or you want to spotlight on a particular plant, tree, or landscape feature, having the right garden lighting allows you to enjoy your garden into the night. 


For many home and business owners, the main reason to install garden lighting is safety, and for good reason – you don’t want to find yourself, a member of your team, or worse still, a guest, customer, or family member injured because they missed their footing. Lighting garden paths, driveways, and decking at ground level is an important thing to get right for safety, but there are stylish choices for low level garden lighting too. Post and bollard lights, ground lights, and decking lights are all great practical options for lighting edges, and our range includes stylish options that you’ll love.


In other areas of the garden that are to be lit up, lamp posts and pedestal lights are available in both traditional and contemporary shapes, with pedestals suitable for use at low level, and on top of walls and fences, to illuminate larger areas.


Almost all types of garden lighting have mains powered options, but if you’re looking for garden lighting that isn’t going to add to your electricity bill extensively, then there are alternatives. If you’re installing lighting in an area that gets a lot of sun through the day, then solar lighting is by far the best choice, since there are zero running costs. Since LED technology doesn’t require a lot of power to provide a lot of brightness, both solar powered and battery powered lighting have improved in recent years, even on nights following gloomy days, your garden can be lit up beautifully.