11,884 4 seasons porch Home Design Photos

Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Lamb Residence
Ideabooks4,856
Questions2
have the covered porch come off like this
sure to set up a cleaning and maintenance schedule for the season ahead.Inventory seasonal gear. Track down that beach umbrella, camping kit, and inner
Pool house with covered porch...Screened in porch and cabana
“everything” — chargouin
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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Kerria (Kerria japonica)
Ideabooks182
Questions0
average soil is fine. all season interest look for variegated cultivar "Picta'
Kerria (Kerria japonica, zones 4 to 9) is another vase-shaped
For all-season interest, look for variegated cultivar 'Picta'.
Kerria (Kerria japonica, zones 4 to 9) is another
extendido, primave4ra florece miles de margaritas de oro de semi sombra- sombra
part shade, even moderately dry shade, but average soil is fine. For all-season interest, look for variegated cultivar 'Picta'.
part shade, even moderately dry shade, but average soil is fine. For all-season interest, look for variegated cultivar 'Picta'.
Kerria (Kerria japonica, zones 4 to 9) is another vase-shaped beauty that colonizes politely, so give it room to spread. In spring, it blooms in thousands
“the flowers” — Shannon Alke
J Biochemist
Amsonia hubrichtii
Ideabooks136
Questions0
wide Benefits and tolerances: Flowers attract butterflies; deer tolerant Seasonal interest: Blooms spring through summer; autumn foliage When to plant: Plant
bluestar has amazing foliage seasonal color changes ? zone tolerance in 3
wideBenefits and tolerances: Flowers attract butterflies; deer tolerantSeasonal interest: Blooms spring through summer; autumn foliageWhen to plant: Plant
Hubricht's Bluestar, Bluestar, Arkansas Amsonia, Hubricht’s Amsonia USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Medium Light requirement: Full sun
“Botanical name: Amsonia hubrichtii Common names: Hubricht's Bluestar, Bluestar, Arkansas Amsonia, Hu” — shepherd112
Le jardinet
narrow trees for narrow gardens
Ideabooks1,606
Questions1
centerpiece in my container, this quirky conifer has made putting together seasonal designs quicker and cheaper, with fewer plants to purchase and plant.
centerpiece in my container, this quirky conifer has made putting together seasonal designs quicker and cheaper, with fewer plants to purchase and plant
Full sun or light shade Mature size: 8 to 10 feet tall and 3 feet wide Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring or fall Planting notes: Plant
: Full sun or light shadeMature size: 8 to 10 feet tall and 3 feet wideSeasonal interest: Year-roundWhen to plant: Spring or fallPlanting notes: Plant
centerpiece in my container, this quirky conifer has made putting together seasonal designs quicker and cheaper, with fewer plants to purchase and plant.Here
“garden” — cgibbs116
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Parkinson Avenue West
Ideabooks3,100
Questions4
Could you please provide the dimensions for the rear porch? Thank you very much for your time.
These windows are huge. What size trim did you use on them (1x4 or 1x6)?
delay, I believe it is 15' 6" X 41' 4", but I will check our records. - FGY
sides are 4 1/2" wide and the head is 5 1/4" tall.
back porch - wall and pergola...My front porch? Build elevated wall?
“My front porch? Build elevated wall?” — Kate McPhee
Plant Select
chamaebatiaria millefolium fern bush crop(1).jpg
Ideabooks795
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through September Seasonal interest: Fragrant summer flowers
Botanical name: Chamaebatiaria mellifolium Common name: Fernbush USDA zones: 4 to 8 (find your
Fernbush 4 - 6' fragrant foliage drought and heat tolerant zone 4 - 8 fragrant summer flowers
Fernbush (Chamaebatiaria mellifolium, zones 4 to 8) hails from
Western Native - Fernbush (Chamaebatiaria mellifolium), zones 4-8, grows
plant: April through SeptemberSeasonal interest: Fragrant summer flowers
Fernbush (Chamaebatiaria mellifolium, zones 4 to 8) hails from the rocky slopes
zones: 4 to 8 (find your zone)Elevation range: 4,500 to 7,000 feetWater requirement: Very low once establishedLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 4 to
“fernbush very pretty” — dcweese
Rockridge Fine Homes
10 Reviews
Kitsilano Residence
Ideabooks3,940
Questions9
columns above the stone are made from exterior paperface material which comes in 4x8 sheets
Like the big windows and front porch
Cozy, old fashion look, front porch...front porch...Porch pillars...Front porche...front porch gable...Porch lighting
“Possible front” — gsublett2
Luci.D Interiors
2 Reviews
Woodside
Ideabooks607
Questions1
I like the simple porch cover design. Simple way to extend and cover an entry or window.
This would have to be the easiest way to build a porch I've ever seen. It's just a box. Sheltered
materials from around the farm to add rustic industrial-style details. The porch steps are made from a repurposed cattle grid, while potted plants hunker
materials from around the farm to add rustic industrial-style details. The porch steps are made from a repurposed cattle grid, while plants are potted in
deck / porch 4 back of my tiny house
“Zinc cladding” — macalla01
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