Boysenberry 🎨 RGB Color Code: #873260
The hexadecimal RGB code of Boysenberry color is #873260. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 87 red (135/256), a 32 green (50/256) and a 60 blue component (96/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(135,50,96). Closest WebSafe color: Boysenberry (#993366)
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Boysenberry on Wikipedia
The boysenberry /ˈbɔɪzənbɛri/ is a cross between the European raspberry (Rubus idaeus), European blackberry (Rubus fruticosus), American dewberry (Rubus
– November 25, 1950) was a California horticulturist who created the boysenberry, a hybrid between several varieties of blackberries, raspberries, and
including raspberries, blackberries, and hybrids such as loganberry, boysenberry, marionberry and tayberry. The stems of such plants are also referred
subsidiary that published manga in North America. It had a boys love imprint, Boysenberry Books, that launched in 2007. It ceased operations in December 2008 and
Farm amusement park in California, introduced the Boysenberry, and made Knott's Berry Farm boysenberry preserves. On December 11, 1889, Knott was born in
"Mayes" dewberry. It is similar to the loganberry, "nectarberry", and boysenberry in shape, color, and flavor. Youngberries can be grown in fertile clay
New Year's Eve. A boysenberry festival is held at Knott's that has food and drink prepared in a variety of ways with boysenberries. There are also special
original dark ride. Guests board red colored vehicles equipped with boysenberry jelly blasters, and the theme focuses on riders stopping Crafty Coyote
2020. Retrieved May 22, 2020. "G Fuel and Rapper Logic to Launch "Bobby Boysenberry" Energy Drink". BevNET.com. February 4, 2021. Retrieved March 17, 2021
Examples Simple fleshy fruit True berry, stone fruit, pome Aggregate fruit Boysenberry, lilium, magnolia, raspberry, pawpaw, blackberry, strawberry Multiple
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