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RE: garden lighting

Yeah, wasn't fond of the idea of a huge light on roof.... but figured
when I heard commotion out there, a flip of a switch would shed some
light on it LOL!.

Not looking for lighting that would be on all the time, it would have to
be on some type of switch.

Funny you should mention an airport.... if the 3rd Chgo airport ends up
in Peotone, I would be about 9 miles north of it....and there is no
doubt in my mind that it is coming. Way too much big money has landed
here already and most of the original footprint has already been bought
up, houses leveled, air space reserved, 5 major hotels in town yet no
grocery store, huge trucking firms building warehouses... but you read
they are only considering it and haven't decided on which of the three
possible locations it will be.... yeah right.


> How about a major heavy duty flashlight?  I also have a portable
> halogen work light that either sits or can hang....use that when I
> have to finish some project in the dark.
> I think you'd regret putting a flood like that on your roof...who
> knows, local aircraft may try to use your pond as a landing strip if
> its too well lit:-)
> What about some uplights at the base of trees or large shrubs that
> would be nice if lit a bit now and then?  What about some pole
> lights?  That puts light up higher, which means it covers more ground
> area - there are many decorative ones and a good number of fixtures
> come either pole mounted or wall mounted.    Residential poles are
> about 6' tall - not the same as parking light or street light poles.
> Check out Kichler - http://www.kichler.com/kichlercatalog.jsp
> select 'outdoor' from the type list; select the style and finish you
> like or ignore those for everything in the category.  When you find
> something that appeals as far as shape and size goes, then scroll
> down to see what style family it's in and select the link going to
> 'more in whateverfamily' it is...one of them is bound to be a pole
> mount type...
> In-ground or pole mounted fixtures usually have to be hard wired...
> Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
> mtalt@hort.net
> Editor:  Gardening in Shade

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