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Catawba was the second albino variety that USDA botanist Frederick Coville named. It was bred from the same parents as Redskin, but its red coloring was paler, “more like the color of the Catawba grape,” hence the name.
Watercolor by James Marion Shull, (1940), Rare and Special Collections, National Agricultural Library.
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