When you’re looking for LED landscape lights, you want to find the best quality landscape lighting, because you don’t want to keep installing cheap fixtures over and over again and have them rot out or fail. You will need to decide whether you want to use regular 110 line-voltage LED fixtures or low-voltage LED fixtures. The advantage of using low-voltage fixtures is that you can use low-voltage wire that can be buried in the ground and doesn’t require you to bury pipes with wire in them. It’s very easy to run low-voltage wire along walls and walkways, and also up into trees.
With low-voltage lighting, a transformer is required that must be plugged into a regular 110 volt socket, and then the low-voltage wire is run from the transformer to each fixture. The number of fixtures you will be able to run off of a single transformer will depend on the output wattage of the transformer, and you will need to add up the wattage of the fixtures. The nice thing about LED lighting, is that the wattage is so low that you can use more fixtures on a single transformer than with comparable incandescent or halogen fixtures.
There is also the option of solar LED landscape fixtures and quite a few really nice options are becoming available. These have a definite advantage because you can install them almost anywhere and they do not have to be plugged into an electrical socket. They also save even more energy. The disadvantage is that there must be a solar panel nearby or even on the fixture itself. Sometimes this makes the fixture look unattractive so you will need to look for options in which the panel is unobtrusive, or one that can be installed away from the fixtures.
Below are some options for LED landscape fixtures in both low-voltage and solar options.
Low-Voltage LED Landscape Fixtures
Mushroom Black Outdoor LED Landscape Lighting Set
I like this set because it comes complete with six mushroom fixtures, a transformer and wire. Everything you will need to set up a nice lighting system.
This is another nice LED landscape lighting set that includes six floods, a transformer, and wire.
Master Craft Low-Voltage Outdoor Rock Light, Set of 5
These are very cool and the kit has everything you need to light up a pathway or a garden planter area. Each three watt LED bulb is comparable to a 35 watt incandescent bulb, and the LED bulbs are a warm 3000K color.
14 Piece Malibu 3-Tier Cast Metal Pathway Yard Landscape Lights
These fixtures come in a complete set of ten LED pagoda fixtures, a transformer, and wire. These black aluminum pagoda fixtures will give your landscaping some Asian flare.
These bronze finish mushroom-style path lights make a nice addition to any low-voltage landscape system. Includes wire leads, connectors, and an 8 inch ground stake for easy installation.
Hinkley Lighting 1518TT-LED Atlantis LED Path Light
Looking for something unique and modern? This slick LED path light is low-voltage and has a titanium finish.
Hinkley Lighting 1548BZ-LED Pisa LED Path Light
Another modern option to spice up a low-voltage landscape system.
Solar LED Landscape Fixtures
Voona 8-Pack Solar Lights Stainless Steel LED Pathway Landscape lights
I love these because they’re stylish and the solar panel is built in to the tops, so there’s no wiring. An auto dusk to dawn sensor turns them on and off for you.
PRODELI Solar Lights Solar Powered Spotlight Pond Lights
Simple set of three solar LED floods comes with a solar panel and 16 feet of wire from the solar panel to each light.
Solar Lights Outdoor,Super Bright 10 Lumen Stainless Steel Solar Light Bollard
How cool is this? It’s solar powered and has a rechargeable battery pack that lasts for 8 hours on a full charge. Complete with a light sensor that turns on at dusk.