Miriam Burgess Outdoor August 10th, 2018 - 06:48:33
They want to plan out and imagine what it's going to look like at night when the lights are turned on so in this tree. There are lots of choices right so let's say I have four strands and I'm going to go up and down in four different places. What you want to first do is choose the outermost branches first.
So in this case over here I'm going to do one here, then I have another one I'm going to choose this trunk right here in the middle, then I'm going to use this one. I think this will look good because it's kind of off a little bit more to the right and I'm going to go as far as I can to the outside. So I'm going to light up these branches over here to give the tree a really wide.
You know the dense effect, with lots of lights and each strand it's pretty long, it's about 35 feet, so you're going to be able to go up and down at least once or twice in each area, to really give it a good fullness. Now you want to wrap your lights up. You know in a ball like this before you get started, to make it easy as you're wrapping the tree. You also want to plan out, where you're going to put your solar panel, where it's going to get the most sunlight during the day.
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