In the LL Rescource manual Nate talks about stacking well lights to deal with tall foliage. Do any of you use this tecnique? It seems easier to just put a long stem on a bullet or wall washer. In our area, just about every home has some sort of dense shrub or hedge (usually something like 'carissa' holly or boxwood) pressed up against the brick or stone facade around the entire perimeter. If you want to evenly light the front of the home as I have seen so many examples of here on lawnsite, how do you deal with the foliage. Many times there is no room in front of the shrubs due to a sidewalk. It seems if you bring your fixture to the top level of the foliage, the pattern of light will be too high on the wall. Do you radically "prune"? Do you convince them to yank the shrubs? (Doesn't seem likely) Thanks for the help.