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Old Varieties

I have been reading up on the origin of the zonal Distinction and have
found it attributed both to Henderson and Grieve.  Can anyone point me
in the direction of some good information on the old varieties from the
1800's?  Can you get any information by mail?
On another note, regarding Freak of Nature, when it has an all green
branch, is is best to prune it out?  I does not seem to stop it from
producing other pale branches.
Any ideas, experiences would be appreciated.  Thanks.
Sandy Connerley

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