If not, you can choose between a couple of different outdoor starter packs, which come with the bridge that allows you to control all of your lighting through the Hue app.
First up, the big hitter is the Philips Hue Lily, which comes as a starter pack consisting of three spotlights and is designed "to highlight design features in your garden and illuminate flower beds and plants", like the image up top. Both models let you choose from 16 million colors.
Philips Hue is getting new outdoor options to light up your garden
Like their indoor counterparts, these Hue products are a tad on the pricey side but offer a range of features not available on traditional lighting products.
Philips Hue, the smart lighting system that can be set to any of millions of colors and be controlled with your voice and smartphone, is expanding to include outdoor lighting options. Today it announced a new range of Hue lighting made specifically for outdoor use, giving you the same degree of control over your outdoor lights as you have over your indoor ones.
Our customers are always looking for new ways to extend their smart lighting system and the new Philips Hue outdoor range takes it a huge step further. A few of the outdoor luminaires are flawless for mounting near a front or back door, so your lights can welcome you and your visitors to your home.
Philips Hue products are going outside.
You can get the bulbs starting in July throughout the United States and Europe. Meanwhile, the Lily base pack and the Calla bollard will be available in both regions, retailing for $279.99/€299.99 and $129.99/€139.99 respectively. The Philips Hue white range offers a number of products matching the decor of your house.
The luminary lights attach to walls and are available in a four styles: Lucca, Tuar, Turaco, and Ludere. United States only: the PAR38 lamp will retail for Dollars 29.99 for a single pack and double pack for Dollars 49.99.