Pansy Purple 🎨 RGB Color Code: #78184A
The hexadecimal RGB code of Pansy Purple color is #78184A. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 78 red (120/256), a 18 green (24/256) and a 4A blue component (74/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(120,24,74). Closest WebSafe color: Tyrian purple (#660033)
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different colors: pansy (a color between indigo and violet), pansy pink, and pansy purple. The first recorded use of pansy purple as a color name in
than the pansy. Modern horticulturists have developed a wide range of pansy flower colors and bicolors including yellow, gold, orange, purple, violet,
in purple autumn leaves. Anthocyanins produce the purple color in blood oranges. A purple pansy. "Blue" hydrangea is often actually purple. Purple needlegrass
progenitor of the cultivated pansy, and is therefore sometimes called wild pansy; before the cultivated pansies were developed, "pansy" was an alternative name
Pale spring bud Pale taupe Pale turquoise Pale violet Pale violet-red Pansy purple Paolo Veronese green Papaya whip Paradise pink Parchment Paris Green
The colony’s rigidity and purple color come from calcium carbonate spicules throughout the polyp’s tissues. The sea pansy is strikingly bioluminescent
known as sea cookies or snapper biscuits in New Zealand and Brazil, or pansy shells in South Africa) are species of flat, burrowing sea urchins belonging
gardens, with several cultivars being available. The cultivars 'Forest Pansy' and 'Ruby Falls' have gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of
13% 98% Pale purple (Pantone) #FAE6FA 98% 90% 98% 300° 67% 94% 8% 98% Pale spring bud #ECEBBD 93% 92% 74% 59° 55% 83% 20% 93% Pansy purple #78184A 47%
associated with purple. In optics, violet is a spectral color (referring to the color of different single wavelengths of light), whereas purple is the color
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