A colour standardised in 1934. Mistletoe is relevant to several cultures.
It is associated with Christmas as a decoration, under which lovers are expected to kiss.
Mistletoe played an important role in Druidic mythology in the Ritual of Oak and Mistletoe.
This colour was standardised in 1934. It is one of the oldest existing colour names : M. & P. quote 700A.D. as the earliest known record.
The colour here shown is a general representation of many grass samples submitted by textile and other colour using industries.
One of the most typical of the slightly yellowish green found in wall decoration, hangings and woven upholstery fabrics, of many kinds during the period covered by the first 4 Georges, kings of England, 1714 – 1830.