The evenings might be getting darker, but there's still plenty of chance to enjoy views of your outdoor space by investing in some stylish garden lighting. Plus, there's no better way to give an instant lift to your garden than by putting up some easy-to-install outdoor lights. There are so many to choose from and the ambient glow will make your garden look warm and inviting throughout the year.
With Amazon Prime Day kicking off in less than 24 hours, there are also plenty of great-value deals to be had at this time of year. There's no need to wait until tomorrow to invest in some of the best outdoor lights, however, as we've rounded up some fantastic early Prime Day deals below, both in the US and UK.
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UK garden lighting deals
Tomshine LED Outdoor String Lights | Was £20.99, now £13.29
Adorn your garden with 21ft of LED outdoor string lights. The LED bulbs are much more energy efficient than standard incandescent so shouldn't be too much of a strain on your bills. Each bulb has a handy clip which makes them easy to position.
Set of 2 red hanging lanterns | was £29.99, now £23.99
These will give an instant lift to your patio with a gentle flickering glow. You can even adjust the strength of the light with a control knob. They may be oozing with vintage charm but they're battery operated so they won't let you down!
Solar ground Lights | Was £39.99, now £23.99
Ground lights are not only practical but they can give your outdoor space a professional looking lift. They can be easily installed in a specific area of your garden, for example to illuminate the edge of a patio. They will look as though you have spent much more effort and money installing a professional lighting scheme!
US outdoor lighting deals
Bawoo Outdoor Solar Lights | Was $29.99, now $22.99
These outdoor solar lights require no installation and can be stuck straight into the ground to line a bed or the edge of a path to create a stylish entranceway. Providing they get 4-6 hours of sunlight each day they could give you a warm glow for up 6-8 hours when the sun goes down.
Crystal balls outdoor solar string lights | Was $19.99, now $18.99
Adorn your garden with 24ft of pretty decorative string lights. They are solar powered so there's no need to plug them into the mains. There are different mode settings so you can enjoy creating the perfect romantic atmosphere for your garden.
What else to buy this Amazon Prime Day...
Looking for more buys for your garden? We're expecting plenty of amazing deals on Amazon Prime Day 2020 - here's what we suggest you look out for...
- Amazon Prime Day BBQ deals
- Amazon Prime Day lawnmower deals
- Amazon Prime Day hedge trimmer deals
- Amazon Prime Day hot tub deals
- Amazon Prime Day fire pit deals
- Amazon Prime Day garden furniture deals
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Teresa has worked as an Editor on a number of gardening magazines for three years now. So she is lucky enough to see and write about gardening across all sizes, budgets and abilities. She recently moved into her first home and the garden is a real project! Currently she is relishing planning her own design and planting schemes. What she is most passionate about when it comes to gardening are the positive effects it has on our mental health to grow and care for plants, as well as being great for the environment too and help provide food and shelter for wildlife.
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