Lighting Objects When you’re uplighting objects such as statuaries or trees, a good rule of thumb is to use warm (yellow/orange) light on man-made objects and cool (white/blue) light on plants, says Night Light, Inc.'s MacMorris. It’s also best if you plan the lighting before you actually install the object itself—statues, for example, are typically best viewed from a particular direction, but once you get hardscape and plants in place, it can be difficult to locate the light exactly.
Wagner Hodgson Contemporary Barn
plantes vertes et arbres jouant le rôle de protection naturelle contre les bruits indésirables
a path of white flowers to the front door Designer William B. Litchfield / path // Green Home