These flowers arrived yesterday and I was impressed by how pretty they looked and also their good quality...but when night came, they were absolutely beautiful!! The lights brighten the flowers and the changing colors rotate in each individual flower, making a very colorful scene. I'm thinking about buying more!
These garden lights are working very well to cheer up my borders at night. During the day, they look a bit garish, so I tuck them beside bushes or behind taller plants so you only see a hint of the bright pink and lavender. But at night, they are so pretty! They are very bright and cycle between different colors. There’s an on/off switch, but I just leave them on because they always recharge just fine. They stand up well through all types of weather and the colors don’t seem to fade in the bright sunshine. I’ve had them for a couple of months now and they’re good as new. I will probably take them in during the winter though.
I wasn’t sure I’d like these light up flowers but I’m absolutely in love with how they turned out. I had to clean up a very ugly side garden at my house and being that we didn’t have any lighting I added these. I did leave them standing a little higher in the ground because we have a bush in the front of the garden that I was afraid would hide them. The silk flowers are vibrant in color and add great color to the garden and I seriously could watch these flowers slowly change color at night- so pretty! Other neighbors commented on how pretty they were and someone told me they were shocked at how bright they are for solar lights. Mine are in full sun- I would recommend you consider where you want to put them. If they are partially shaded they may not light up as bright. Love these, I ordered more for my dark backyard around a water fountain. You can see my video for how they look at night and watch them change colors.
This lovely bouquet of solar powered lights are such a pleasing touch to my evening walks. In daylight, they look real enough and at night, majestic. I like the fact they have on/off switch, as I may not want to let snow pile up on them and let the neighbors think I'm "digging up bulbs" for the winter. I imagine it's a great way to keep them in good shape for next spring. The neighbors are asking me where I got them. I'll be sending them the link!