The most impactful design elements in this tween bedroom are the graphic, modern bull's-eyes painted on the focal wall. Hand-painted by family friend and painter Lou Kregel, each bull's-eye has five accent colors. From the outside in, the C2 Paints are: "Chamomile" C2-153, "Larkspur" C2-313, "Solo" C2-128, "Calypso" C2-089 and "Hydrangea" C2-315.
The striping on 'Chioggia' beets occurs on the interior of the vegetable and gives it a candy-cane pattern. This heirloom variety was first introduced to the American public in the late 1840. It was named after a fishing village in Northern Italy where it had been first cultivated in the early 1800s. It can also go by the names: Candy Stripe or Bull’s Eye Beet.
Classic anthracnose symptoms include circular, water-soaked spots with a dark bulls-eye. A mold-like fungus eventually develops. Anthracnose is caused by a fungus that lives in soil. It’s more prevalent in poorly drained soil. Leaves or tomatoes that come into contact with soil can pick up the fungus spores. Rain and overhead irrigation can also splash fungus spores onto plants. To avoid this disease, improve poorly drained soil by adding organic matter. Stake plants to keep them off soil, and pick tomatoes before they become overly ripe, which makes them more susceptible to the disease.