l But before we get to Napa Let’s take a look at some different colors of mustard – Did you know? We didn’t until very recently That there was mustard other than yellow. That there was mustard other than yellow color.-in the Walnut creek shadelands area at corners of Lennon Lane and Shadelands. Note at least two other colors of mustard-white and bluish-pink. Now don’t tell us it’s not mustard- we’re not experts – But it sure looks like the same stuff as the yellow variety.
Be sure also to drop by Jessel Gallery where local resident Beverly Wilson and others feature mustard like no other gallery and pick up a copy of Wilson’s commemorative poster (as below).
you might meet Beverly, herself, painting her mustard and the gallery owner, Jessel Miller. Be sure to have her sign one or more of her sticaptivating mustard fantasy books, which capture the mystical and mythical feel of the Napa Valley while offering great wisdom and simple guidance to everyday living.