Wisteria Front Porch Victorian Style

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On my tour of Wilmington, NC today was this magnificent Victorian home with a wisteria covered front porch. The little bit of red in the geranium is a stroke of genius in my opinion.

And who would not love to sit on such a porch swing? You can not imagine the neighborhood view from this setting. All the homes on this street are equally as endearing and full of personality and charm.

Some of my work will be featured in spring special issue publications of Victorian homes. Watch in January for the announcement.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Betty819 says:

    Anna, I grew up 3 miles from the Battleship area..Where was that beautiful house? We’ll be going “down home” the last week in Oct. 50th. class reunion. Hope you enjoyed the City and found everybody hospitalable.

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  2. Sunita says:

    Simply beautiful …. sigh!

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  3. Geri Laufer says:

    There’s an ever-blooming wisteria out now from Garden Debut. Lavender Falls Wisteria blooms like a waterfall of lavender in early spring, but then it blooms amidst the foliage every month throughout the growing season. It might add an additional note of color to this graceful Victorian home.

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  4. Geri says:

    There’s an ever-blooming wisteria new from Garden Debut called Lavender Falls Wisteria. To those in the know, It has been grown for years in Oklahoma as Betty Tam, but now it is more widely available. Lavender Falls blooms like a waterfall of lavender in the early spring, and then blooms every month throughout the summer! Might add an additional note of color to this graceful Victorian hone.

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  5. meghan says:

    i lurve it! 🙂

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