white and green

white and green

signifies color of Easter holidays. [Christian Color Symbolism: Jobes, 487]
See: Easter
References in classic literature ?
They were lying out far up the side of a hill overlooking the Waingunga, and the morning mists hung below them in bands of white and green.
Almost opposite to this were the white and green blinds of the great scientist's house, an iron balcony, also painted green, running along in front of the first-floor windows.
The firelight flickered from point to point, gleaming on the white and green coats of Gog and Magog, on the sleek, brown head of the beautiful setter basking on the rug, on the picture frames on the walls, on the vaseful of daffodils from the window garden, on Anne herself, sitting by her little table, with her sewing beside her and her hands clasped over her knee while she traced out pictures in the fire--Castles in Spain whose airy turrets pierced moonlit cloud and sunset bar-ships sailing from the Haven of Good Hopes straight to Four Winds Harbor with precious burthen.
I recollect when your poor papa and I came to town after we were married, that a young lady brought me home a chip cottage- bonnet, with white and green trimming, and green persian lining, in her own carriage, which drove up to the door full gallop;--at least, I am not quite certain whether it was her own carriage or a hackney chariot, but I remember very well that the horse dropped down dead as he was turning round, and that your poor papa said he hadn't had any corn for a fortnight.
1/4 cup thinly sliced green onions, white and green parts
Steamed white and green asparagus is paired with crayfish cannelloni and lobster sauce ($15.
Although white and green share the asparagus name, they are two different products with more than just color differences.
Picks: White and green asparagus with tuna carpaccio and ginger remoulade ($14.