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Philips Hue WACA outdoor lighting in a garden

Make your garden shine with the Philips Hue White & Colour Ambiance range


The Philips Hue White & Colour Ambiance range are easy-to-use smart lights for beautifying your garden. Choose from millions of colours – 16 million, to be exact – and bring your garden to life, even on the darkest of days.

The range has a variety of award-winning, stylish designs to suit all gardens and applications. It has bright, powerful spotlights to boldly uplight trees and features, and it has wall and pathway lights to light your way. This range also offers both mains and plugged solutions, to suit a variety of lighting needs.

Despite their delicate, subtle lighting, the Hue range shines brightly in showers or storms. All of these lights are completely weatherproof, with impressive waterproof IP65 ratings.

What’s more, all of this is easy to use. Simply connect the Philips Hue lights to the Philips Hue Bridge to control your lights from your smartphone or tablet. Set timers, notifications, alarms and more. Philips Hue even works with Amazon Alexa, Apple Homekit and the Google Assistant to allow you to control your lights with your voice. These lights can even switch on as you return home, instantly welcoming you back.

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How LowVolt products make lighting easy

Many of these lights are ingenious LowVolt products. These plug and play lights need no electrician or technical know-how. Simply plug your Bridge into your router, plug your Hue lights into your outdoor socket and download the Hue app, and you’re good to go.

Hue Lily

Hue Lily

These spotlights are great for picking out statement plants and features. When placed at the foot of trees they give spectacular uplighting. If you lift them up into branches or along walls they can throw light over an entire area of your garden. They were extensively used in the RHS Back to Nature garden, designed by the landscape architectural practice Davies White for the iconic RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019.

Hue Calla

Hue Calla

This is a great way of introducing subtle light throughout your garden. These low-lying bollards are fantastic for defining paths and steps. They can mark a border between two sections of the garden, or be spread out into dark corners of flowerbeds.

Hue Outdoor Lightstrip

Hue Outdoor Lightstrip

This fantastic lightstrip is flexible in more ways than one, as it can be shaped to provide a variety of lighting effects. From providing straightforward, unfussy lighting along fences, wall or beams of a pergola, to wrapping around the bottom of trees or lining the edge of a flowerbed for an inventive lighting effect, this light can help you create a statement in your garden.

How to brighten your boundaries with Philips Hue wall lights

Philips also have a range of Colour wall lights, which need to be wired into the mains.

Hue Discover

Hue Discover

This floodlight takes all of the above up a notch, with an impressively bright 2300 lumen output. However, it’s more subtle than traditional floodlights, offering a wide spectrum of different colours alongside bright white light. Great for bathing huge swathes of your garden in colour.

Hue Appear

Hue Appear

These lights are fantastic for ambience; for setting the scene, not making one. They’re a graceful, quiet lighting option for gentle iridescence along walls, fences, and sheds.

Hue Econic

Hue Econic

These wall lights combine function with form and offer the full range of Hue colours and controllability. They suit a range of different garden styles – coming as either an intriguing modern box light or a more classic lantern design.

These lights offer millions of possibilities, and all at the touch of a button. Highlight important features or set the mood in seconds, and all at a prudent price point.

More details can be found about the range, features and benefits at Philips Hue

Philips Hue WACA outdoor lighting in a garden
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