Photo by Pixaby Today's Kona Cotton color of the day is Taupe. Taupe is a dark gray-brown color. This version is a more brown than gray proportionately. Did you know that the word taupe originally derives from the French noun meaning mole and specifically referred to the color of the mole? In the 1940s it… Continue reading May 29th – Taupe, the Ever Versatile Neutral
Photo by Pixaby Today's Kona Cotton color of the day is Canary. The domesticated canary is a small songbird that originated in Macaronesian Islands and is a member of the Finch family. The most famous canary of all time is Warner Bros. Tweety Bird, and his famous phrase, "I tawt I taw a puddy tat!"… Continue reading May 28th – Sing Like a Canary, Tweety!
Photo by Pixaby Today's Kona Cotton color of the day is Lemon. "Lemon Tree, Very Pretty and the Lemon Flower is Sweet. But the fruit of the Lemon is a thing one cannot eat." -- Written by Will Holt, sung by The Kingston Trio in 1961. So lemon is a very happy pretty color. Pretty… Continue reading May 8 – “Lemon Tree, Very Pretty and the Lemon Flower is Sweet..”
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….?