Dragon Tongue/Ho-Mi Z (Mustard: Indian). Recently rechristened by our friend Elanor at Persephone Farm, ‘Dragon Tongue’ is our newest mustard recombination, melding the mellow Horned with the sweet and colorful Miike. Slow bolting with high contrast leaves of purple veining on a bright green background, and wide midribs that grow and thicken at maturity, “horning up” into a great stir-fry vegetable. Salad size leaves are textured and colorful, with full sweet mustard flavor, but not too hot…
R. Gnoli - Hung with yards of Indian silk, an 18th-century baldachin bed makes a romantic statement in a guest room. Gnoli painted the tulip studies that encircle the space.
Artist and painter Christina Goodman's necklace for Shedista Kathy Fries. Each canvas was painted using a tiny brush. She designs the frames "with wood using miniature moldings and a centuries old water gilding technique. The result is well worth the labor-intensive process. In the end, I hope to capture the luminosity of Renaissance painting in miniature." (Debra Prinzing Blog. 'Sheds in miniature.')
It's not really strictly anarkali (nor anything tradition, for that matter) -- and, indeed, I am not fond of it, in its present form -- but I do think it to be a starting point for BonLoli (Indian lolita).
(Hebe ‘Wild Romance’)With bright green variegated foliage that turns to rich shades of burgundy in late summer, this is a colorful addition to any sunny, well-drained spot in the garden. Purple summer flowers are a bonus.Where it will grow: Hardy to 10 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 8 to 10)