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Re: ID Hist


Celia has already offered the descriptions, but I will add that NEW SNOW  has
a yellow beard and that WHITE GODDESS may show purple -based foliage. It has
been cited for so doing, but this indicator is more significant when it is
present, than when it is absent. That is, growing conditions and season may
favor the purple tinge showing, or they may not. Look carefully; sometimes
the tint is faint. 

Hope this is of help.

Anner Whitehead, Richmond, VA
Henry Hall  henryanner@aol.com 

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