Position an in-ground, well light directly underneath a narrow tree. Small, spindly, or narrow trees will often appear more dramatic when up-lighted. Plant in-ground lights directly next to the tree’s trunk, and face them upwards. This technique gives small trees, like dwarf palms, an arresting impact despite their diminutive size.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do you light a palm tree?
The best way to feature wide, thick fronds is with a light fixture with a beam wide enough to reach the full spectrum of the palm tree canopy. Place the light far enough away so that it bathes the canopy in light. A warm light will play up the shadows and depth of the fronds atop the palm tree.
How many lights are needed for a palm tree?
To make your tree pop you'll want to wrap the tree 4 times per foot. So if your palm has a 2 foot circumference then you will want 8ft of lights per foot of tree (Circumference in feet x 4 x Tree height in feet = Total length of lights in feet).
What is the best way to Light my Palm trees?
NAPLES PALM TREE LIGHTING IS A PERFECT WAY TO ADD AMBIENT LIGHT TO YOUR PROPERTY. IF PROPERLY EXECUTED, YOUR TREES CAN BE THE STARS OF YOUR PROPERTY AS MUCH AT NIGHT AS DURING THE DAY. CHECK OUT THESE MUST-READ OUTDOOR TREE LIGHTING IDEAS. Thriving palm trees are one of the many benefits of living in a tropical climate.
What's the best way to light up a tree?
Direct the glow of the light towards the tree’s branches and not across the lawn. This ensures a dramatic effect that complements both the yard and the tree. With these tips in mind, don’t be afraid to experiment! Change the position of your outdoor lighting fixtures, turn the intensity up or down, or fiddle with the warmness/coolness of the light.
Are there different types of lighting for trees?
There is no one-size-fits-all solution to landscape lighting—especially when it comes to trees. These packages, as well as the standalone lighting options listed above, allow every homeowner to create the ideal lighting scene for their trees and shrubs.