Bright Lavender 🎨 RGB Color Code: #BF94E4
The hexadecimal RGB code of Bright Lavender color is #BF94E4. This code is composed of a hexadecimal BF red (191/256), a 94 green (148/256) and a E4 blue component (228/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(191,148,228). Closest WebSafe color: Pastel violet (#CC99CC)
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larger, sterile bracts (no flowers between them), 10–50 mm long and bright lavender purple (rarely white). It blooms in spring and early summer, from the
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the flowering plant family Gesneriaceae. The plants produce small, bright lavender flowers and have oval serrated leaves with dark green colouration around
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white tint underneath. The plant blooms in June to September with bright lavender flowers that become more colorful near the tip. One plant may produce
use of lilac as an English color name was in 1775. Pale lilac or Pale lavender is the color represented as lilac in the ISCC-NBS color list. The source
Color List. Lavender pink #fbaed2 At right is displayed the color Lavender pink, a moderately light purplish pink. This pinkish tone of lavender, displayed
morning, this orientation reflects the most light off of the male's bright lavender nuchal crest, showing off this impressive plumage. Usually the male
include yellow pansies, several sweet-scented clovers, yellow and bright lavender monkeyflowers, star lilies, and yarrow. Vernal pools are often threatened
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