Last year, we had a couple of large light-up candy canes, that go into the ground, get broken at the bottom, due to the heavy-duty leaf blowers the landscape company people use. We have a couple of artificial Poinsettia's, one on each side of our front door, that I had to bring in this morning, because I knew they would blow them over. We have one Christmas door mat, that I use to cover an extension cord for outside lights, that, if they blow at that, it will wind up in another state. IOW, they aren't real careful about outside Christmas or Halloween decor and, if they blow something over, they don't pick it back up. I've talked to our apartment complex manager and she pretty much just brushed me off saying "they have a job to do and do it the best they can". She likes that some of the residents decorate outside their apartment for either Halloween or Christmas, but...……. My wife would like to put a string of Christmas lights on some small bushes in front of our apartment, but I don't want the lights to be wrecked. There are large, some very large, oak leaves that fall all over the complex and that's what the landscape company goes after with their large leaf blowers. One of our neighbors put their window Christmas lights up inside their window. Might be an idea. What do you think?