Picture by Pixaby Today's Kona Cotton color of the day is Aloha. This color is a light blue-ish green that invokes the beautiful beaches of the Hawaiian Islands. So let's talk about Aloha. The word, not the color... at least not just yet. Most people think that 'Aloha' means hello, welcome or goodbye and that… Continue reading May 21st- Aloha… I Don’t Think It Means What You Think It Means….
Photo by Pixaby - Plant shown is for color purposes and is not the Yarrow plant. Today's Kona Cotton color of the day is Yarrow. Yarrow, or Achillea Millefolium is a common flowering plant in the asteraceae family. It grows in the temperate regions of North America, Europe and Asia. According to specialtyproduce.com "Yarrow is… Continue reading May 7 – Yarrow ….. Did You Know….?
Toda's Kona color of the day is Wisteria. I love the look of wisteria and have always always wanted to have an arbor or a pergola in the back yard to plant some on. Right now, living in an apartment, I do not have the luxury of growing wisteria. But sometime in the future I… Continue reading April 21st – Wisteria- A State of Wisteria
Today’s Kona Cotton Color of the day is Storm. It’s a deep dark blue, just a hair lighter than Navy. Recently we’ve had rain off and on over the last few days. I actually like rain and thunderstorms, I just don’t like storms that are dangerous and become tornadoes. One time when my daughter and… Continue reading March 25 – The Storm Is Brewing….