Top 5 Solar Powered Gardening Accessories

There are so many ways to go green. My family loves gardening and we are always on the lookout for the latest and greatest gardening products that can help us preserve the earth and live healthier.  Solar power is one of the best ways to make your home and garden “green”. It’s become really popular, not only for powering your home but also for backyard gardens.

Top 5 Solar Powered Gardening Accessories

No one wants to spend money on electricity to light and enhance their garden, so why not consider finding great solar powered accessories? I will give you the Top 5 Solar Powered Gardening Accessories to help you create a green, efficient garden.  These accessories can be used around your garden to enhance the beauty and functionality. They can also each be purchased through a catalouge, which makes the process simple. 

Below are the Top 5 Solar Powered Gardening Accessories that you can buy from catalogues

Large Light Up Flowerpot

This large white plastic flowerpot from the Littlewoods catalogue is fitted with a solar panel so that power can be generated during the day to light it up at night. One or more can add an attractive touch to a garden, with the lit up pots standing out in the darkness of the evening.

Solar Meerkat Colour Changing Ball

This garden ornament is included in the Argos catalogue, with the base being a life-like sculpture of a tree trunk and meerkats. The ball on top of this is solar powered to shine at night and features a variety of ever-changing colours.

Solar Ceramic Cascade

A water feature can bring a nice touch to any garden and this one from The Brilliant Gift Shop catalogue is an attractive option. Finished in blue, it has a four-tier cascade of ceramic pots that let water flow from top to bottom. It is designed to work in direct sunlight, with a solar panel providing the power to pump the water back to the top.

Solar Leaf Arch

This leaf arch is from the House of Bath catalogue and is a decorative ornament that can be placed in a garden as a frame for climbing plants to grow on. A solar powered LED light is fitted to the top to illuminate arch and plants during the hours of darkness.

Floating Lilly Fountain

This fountain from the Isme catalogue is designed to float in ponds and pools in a garden. The pump is solar powered and there are three heads included to allow different water projection styles. As well as being decorative, the fountain is also useful as a way of oxygenating the water in a pond.

These top 5 solar powered gardening items from catalogues will provide a stylish touch to the outdoor areas of any home.

Benefits of Shopping through a Catalogue

One of the best things about shopping through a catalogue is the option to spread the cost over several weeks or even months. Numerous catalogues also offer interest free credit and 10% off first orders!

 There are also a select number of Bad Credit Catalogues which specialize in offering finance options to customers who have had a less than stellar credit history. Making on-time payments with catalogues can help towards repairing your credit rating, but remember, missing payments will damage it even further.

*Image Sources: Green Solar Ceramic Cascade in photo at top of page Source: http://smartsolar.comSolar Power Image at top of page courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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Nicole is the owner, primary blogger and copy editor of Organic Sunshine. She has a passion for healthy, natural living and hopes to encourage others to live a similar lifestyle. Nicole has a bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration and over 10 years of experience working in Cancer Research. She's also an experienced content writer, producing high quality articles on a variety of topics for many online publications.

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Nicole is the owner, primary blogger and copy editor of Organic Sunshine. She has a passion for healthy, natural living and hopes to encourage others to live a similar lifestyle. Nicole has a bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration and over 10 years of experience working in Cancer Research. She's also an experienced content writer, producing high quality articles on a variety of topics for many online publications.

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  1. to be honest I love shopping from a catalogue, id prefer it over a website

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  2. I really want to get into gardening. I really like the idea of using solar powered tools. I particularly like the pots.

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    • I know Tricia, some of these solar powered products are really cool! 🙂

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  3. I am considering building a house and one of the things I want to have is solar power. I think it’s wonderful to be able to be independent of the grid and green at the same time.

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    • I agree Joanna! It’s a pretty amazing thing to use solar power. 🙂

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  4. I love that floating lily fountain – would love to have one of those in my yard!

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  5. Love the floating lilly fountain – didn’t know these even existed!

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  6. I have been wanting to spruce up my lawn for some time now. It would be nice to go about this without having to re-landscape the whole yard. Maybe a water fountain that can attract local wildlife would work well.

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    • That’s a great idea! How amazing to have a water feature that will attract wildlife. Love it! 🙂

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  7. Wow! Fantastic stuff !
    This is so chock full of useful information , I can’t wait to dig deep and start utilizing the resources you have given me . Your Exuberance is refreshing.

    I love gardening!! And doing things in a innovative way is really awesome . thanks buddy!!

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    • Thanks so much Sansak. I’m so happy you enjoyed the post! 🙂

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  8. Awesome! I really need these accessories in my garden. 🙂

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