These Solar Powered Lily Flower Lights Are The Cutest Way To Light Up Your Yard
Date Published: 07/02/2020 8:57 AM
If you're like me you've been on an endless pursuit of trying to find the best solar powered lights to place along a walkway or in your garden to give a little more light and character to your property in the dark. What I've found is that the vast majority of these solar yard lights are cheap junk and don't even last a full season. On top of that they look like junk as well and do nothing to pretty-up your yard. These unique solar powered flower shaped yard lights on the other hand, will surely fancy up any yard or garden they're placed in.
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They're called the Multi-Color Changing Lily Solar Flower Lights, and they're shaped just like lily flowers. A small solar panel is attached to the stem of the flower, that charges the internal LED light. Each flower light contains 4 different flowers that all come from the same stem. With each purchase, you'll get 2 of the flower lights, which you can choose between either purple and a white flower lights, or purple and pink flower lights.
On top of just looking great in you yard or garden, the flower lights will actually change colors as well between 7 different colors. The unique lily yard lights are molded from a fabric material along with a stainless steel stem, and are lightweight and extra durable. The lights are also fully waterproof with a class is IP44.
The solar powered lily yard lights are super easy to install as they can just be poked right into ground wherever you want them. They require no cords or changing of batteries, and will automatically turn on once it gets dark outside. The solar flower lights contain an internal 1.2V/600mAH Ni-MH battery that charges during the day from the attached solar panel to provide power to the lights at night.
In total each solar flower light measures 29 inches tall. They're ideal for walkways, patios, gardens, balconies, or really anywhere out in your yard.
Check out the solar powered flower lights in action via the video below.
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