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Re: The Two MRS. DARWINs


Anner Whitehead / Henry Hall wrote:

:  Would someone be so kind as to tell me whether both MRS. GEORGE DARWIN and
:  MRS. HORACE DARWIN are white selfs with red-violet haft marks? If so, are
:  they easily distinguished?

I would describe MRS. GEORGE DARWIN as a warm white self (that is, white with a
slight yellow tone), and MRS. HORACE DARWIN as a cool white self (a white with a
slight blue tone).  These types are most easily distinguished in bud or freshly
unfurled flowers, before they fade toward white. 

But someone else will have to tackle the question of whether they have
distinguishing haft marks.

Sharon McAllister
73372.1745@compuserve.com





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