It may not seem like it, but landscape lighting has lots of uses in the winter. In previous posts, we’ve talked about the added security and visibility it offers to your house and property especially during these days when there’s less daylight. We’ve even talked about how it can turn a large rock or unique tree in your yard in striking features.
However, as this article details, landscape lighting can do even more. Lighting makes leafy trees dramatic in the summer. In the winter, the lights make leafless plants look almost like sculpture. Crape myrtles, Japanese maples, and oakleaf hydrangeas are particularly great plants for this purpose.
It’s not to late to have landscape lighting installed in your yard. Contact us and we’ll give you all kinds of ideas to make your yard an appealing sight even in the winter.