• Anaissa Benavidez

    Dramatic look for a simple backyard landscape. rope lighting in the edge paver

  • Maria Hughes

    The rope light and landscape block for around the pool.......32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius! Can't afford that dream deck or in-ground pool you're dying for? There are still ways to get a beautiful backyard that's perfect for entertaining. Includes this great idea ~ Use rope lighting to line your garden.

  • Corinne

    Rope lighting around the garden...inexpensive, waterproof. Great idea for the landscaping around the house!

  • Jibbie Oostra

    Rope lighting in flower bed; great idea... our landscaping lights are dying one by one!

  • Anslea Morris

    Rope lighting around a garden path-- great idea!

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