Tree lighting for halloween

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Sun Jan 15, 2017 7:02 pm

I have a gorgeous tall & wide pine tree in my frontage (no mean feat for clay heavy soil).

It's dark green (duh) :!con_p_Laugh2: & taller than a house, what sort of size rgb led would you anticipate to colour wash (well) seasonally ..I'd have to stick it on a timer as I don't want to disrupt dawn / dusk feeding of the various birds who visit? ..searing light source that as I don't know the u.v. light operating frequencies of birds (eyesight different to humans) I'm concerned as we love the nature side of things, but it . Would be cool to utilise the tree somehow.

Do you think 2x 50watt than would suffice?

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Sun Jan 15, 2017 9:45 pm

At least that...i would start at 3x50watt.
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Mon Jan 16, 2017 8:44 pm

Doh wrote:At least that...i would start at 3x50watt.
Eek, ..maybe forget that.

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