I recently posted some pics on the "post your weekly photos" thread of my DIY backyard project. I made some rookie mistakes and am trying to rectify them. I need help selecting the right fixtures to finish off the job. I would like to purchase from Volt to the extent they have the right fixture (otherwise I will purchase from another manufacturer). I will post several pictures below and describe what lights currently exist and what I am trying to achieve. Thanks for your input! Picture 1 is of a trampoline with a row of Knockout roses below. I tried to place some 4-ft tall path lights in the roses but much of the light output was blocked by the foliage and I did not like the result. I removed the path lights and am thinking about attaching two spot lights to the two trampoline support poles in the middle of the trampoline that would point down and illuminate the roses (would install them at the top of the pole by drilling into the poles with self-tapping screws). I'm thinking about using Volt Top Dog spot lights with 60 degree lamps (probably 20w equivalent but possibly 10w or 30w equivalent). What do you think of this idea? If you like it would you use 10w, 20w or 30w equivalent lamps? Pictures 2 and 3 (a close up) show three Teddy Bear Magnolia trees with drift roses in front. Each magnolia is currently lit with Volt Infinity 20 LED Spot Lights (36 degrees and a light output closer to 25 - 30 watts each) that are on 12-inch risers to clear the roses. I previously had a single path light installed in the drift rose that is in front of the center magnolia, but based on other input I removed that path light. I wondering whether I can or should install one or more wash lights or down lights to fill in the dark areas between each magnolia and illuminate the roses. If so, what type of fixture should I use and where should I position them? Picture 4 shows two Liberty Hollies (one on the left and one on the right) with Needlepoint hollies in between and drift roses in front. Each Liberty Holly is currently lit with Volt Infinity 20 LED Spot Lights. Its completely dark in between the to Liberty Hollies and I would like some low intensity illumination for the drift roses and/or the Needlepoint hollies. What type of fixtures do I need and how should I position them? Picture 5 show a single trunk crape myrtal with two Knockout roses on each side and dwarf boxwoods in front. It is currently light with Volt Infinity 35 LED Spot Light. I previously had a path light dead center on the trunk but I removed it. Based on this day time picture, is a small hanging light (FX Luminare LS-12 with an LED SCB lamp from Illumicare to be specific) like Andy suggested the proper fixture to illuminate the area below the crape myrtal? If so, what equivalent wattage LED SCB? Picture 6 shows to Windmill Palms. I think I should uplight them. Is 36 degree bream spread appropriate? Should I use 10w, 20w or 25-30w lamps?