Ditch the Dimmers If an incandescent light is dimmed, it becomes amber and casts a sickly pall on green plants. Instead, use a daylight -- a blue color-correcting filter on outdoor lights -- which eliminates the yellow tones. "The whiter the light, the more healthy the plants look," he says.
Love the look of this....Low-care plantings look great and don't take up a lot of time. This planting incorporates tough plants such as daffodils, switchgrass, blue caryopteris, blue fescue, and purple-leaf Joe Pye weed.