I just bought two huge, full, green boston ferns a couple of weeks ago and have them hanging on my porch outside. They get morning sun till about midday and then are in shade(but still get lots of light, but no direct sun after morning) I have been misting them every few days with Pur filtered water...

I just bought two huge, full, green boston ferns a couple of weeks ago and have them hanging on my porch outside. They get morning sun till about midday and then are in shade(but still get lots of light, but no direct sun after morning) I have been misting them every few days with Pur filtered water...

Adding curb appeal

Traditional white painted brick home with black shutters. The gorgeous tree in the front yard is fabulous. Love the brick steps.

Hanging Ferns - Curb Appeal Secrets That Always Give A Home Unmistakable Southern Charm - Southernliving. When it comes to plants that are distinctly Southern, ferns near the top of the list. The leafy plants thrive in warm, humid climates, which is why they are so often a staple on Southern porches. Their distinct shape is always noticeable when they’re hanging prominently above a porch railing.

Curb Appeal Secrets That Always Give A Home Unmistakable Southern Charm

Hanging ferns area a classic look for any Southern porch. Container gardens and a lush border add color to this space. Porches: Creating the Space

Tin roof pergola with curtains and imagine this. . . A colonial provincial style rustic chandelier hanging from it. And an inviting table with the grill going off to the side. ahhhhh bliss.. - ruggedthug

Tin roof pergola with curtains and imagine this. A colonial provincial style rustic chandelier hanging from it. And an inviting table with the grill going off to the side. I can almost picture this in my backyard!

Clever idea for hanging Boston ferns: Leave them in their pots and snip the hangers off. Then just place them in the hanging planters with coco liners. This makes is super easy to remove them in the late fall, and you can reuse the liners next year. A great idea from Lesley Graham on The Home Depot Blog. || @lesleywgraham

Curb Appeal with Plants: A Front Porch Makeover

Woodland Garden - eclectic - landscape - charlotte - by Jay Sifford Garden Design

Hardy to degrees F (zones 3 to Partial to full shade Water requirement: Consistently moist soil is best for optimal growth, although in nature this fern frequently grows in dry soil on hillsides.

Built in: 1936. Bought in: 2004. Size: 3,244 sq. ft. “With its multi-gable roof, two styles of siding, and pergola-topped porch, our house is interesting to look at from every angle,” say homeowners Michelle and Kelly Frenzel. “We’ve loved all its quirks from the start.” To keep the cedar pergola over the porch low fuss, the Frenzels left it plant-free. It still offers just a bit of shade.

Curb Appeal Ideas From Charlotte, North Carolina

like the roof lines - makes the house cute/quirky and downplays size - HGTV Magazine "Steal the Curb Appeal," Charlotte NC

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another pinner wrote: Sunroom.love the sliding doors instead of a swing door

We are loving the fresh install of our new handmade porch swing. I didn’t get a chance to discuss how heavy it is and how much work it was to hang since I was focusing on the makeover part of the swing. We thought it would be informative to share some tips to hang a …

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