Unicorn Asda solar lights are just the thing to give gardens a magical update

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New unicorn stake lights join the hanging pineapple designs, to extend the impressive Asda solar lights collection.

With the RHS Chelsea Flower Show underway and the sun shining, our hearts are all aflutter with everything garden related. It’s perhaps for this reason that our excitement reached fever pitch when we saw these new unicorn solar lights!

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Our thoughts have turned to prettying up our outdoor spaces in readiness for summer soirees.

The supermarket suggests to, ‘Add a magical night time glow to your garden with our mesmerising solar-powered lights.’

The fabulous new garden lights start from £10 for a pack of 4.

Asda Unicorn solar lights

Asda solar lights

The unicorn illuminations will prove popular with little ones especially. The set of four colour-changing lights brilliantly shine a silhouette of a unicorn onto the surroundings in the garden.

The simple stake lights can be put placed in lawns, bedding borders and plant pots alike – making them ideal for any outdoor space.

Buy now: Glitter Unicorn Solar Powered LED 4 Pack Lights, £10, George Home at Asda

asda solar lights

The simple solar-powered lights are already lighting up the lives of many fans. They have been leaving rave reviews to assist fellow shoppers.

One shopper, named as ‘Unicorn mad’ leaves the review, ‘Looks fabulous at night! Bought these for my daughter for the garden, and they are beautiful at night when they are lit up and changing colours’.

Another says, ‘Prettier in real life. These add a real wow factor to the garden – very happy with them‘.

Gem2907’ tells shoppers, ‘I brought some originally in-store then wanted more so brought more online. These are absolutely stunning unique little lights that my daughter loves in the garden as do I. They light up really well and have a beautiful image to enjoy on them as well.’

The short video featured on the George Instagram homepage shows how the lights really come into their own after dark. Charging all day in the sunshine, they retain enough power to light up and shine bright once the sun sets.

The mesmerising video, shared only 3 days ago, has been viewed more than 24,300 times and attracted 78 comments – pretty much all in complete adoration.

Asda pineapple garden lights

asda solar lights

Image credit: George Home

Priced at just £8, the brand’s Pineapple Solar Powered LED String Lights will transport you to tropical climes, without the need to flick a single switch.

Featuring a built-in amorphous solar panel the sun’s rays and a AAA rechargeable battery – which comes included – it’s all that’s needed to keep your garden bathed in a warming glow into the early hours.

When a video including the on-trend lights was featured on the George at Asda Instagram, shoppers just couldn’t get enough. Overall it clocked up more than 30,000 views, more than 1,000 likes and over 200 comments.

‘Love the pineapples’, exclaims one Asda shopper.

asda solar lights

Image credit: George Home

Buy now: Pineapple Solar Powered LED String Lights 10 Pack, £8, George Home

And one five-star review of this fruity foray into the world of lighting – which measures 7.05m (solar panel to first light 3m, lights 4.05m) – was also equally as glowing, saying:

‘Excellent quality. Look more expensive than they are. Love them’

We’ve seen the pineapple trend conquer everything from ceramics to cushions to ‘Christmas trees’, and this incarnation has definitely got our seal of approval. The contrast between the gold lighting cage and the vibrant green in the pineapple crown is bound to draw admiring glances from your roll call of guests. It’ll also double up as a talking point once the buffet spread and supplies of beer and bubbly start running low.

More garden inspiration: How to create an outdoor cinema in your back garden

Will you choose unicorns, fairies, butterflies or even pineapples to illuminate your garden this summer?

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