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#1 posted 12-19-2012 10:14 PM

Yes, definately different. Here in America we have a holly tree, and the wood is very white; but if you cut it down in the late spring thru the late fall it will develop grey or black spots and smears thru the wood from the sap. It needs to be cut in the winter to be the brightest. I do not know if this helps, but I hope so. Best of luck!

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