Chinese Violet 🎨 RGB Color Code: #856088
The hexadecimal RGB code of Chinese Violet color is #856088. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 85 red (133/256), a 60 green (96/256) and a 88 blue component (136/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(133,96,136). Closest WebSafe color: French lilac (#996699)
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Chinese Violet on Wikipedia
color #16-3250 TPX—African Violet. The color Chinese violet is displayed at right. The first recorded use of Chinese violet as a color name in English
species of plant in the family Acanthaceae. It is commonly known as the Chinese violet, coromandel or creeping foxglove. In South Africa this plant may simply
sect. Saintpaulia, African violets Telosma cordata, Chinese violet Securidaca longipedunculata, violet tree This page is an index of articles on plant species
color list, color #18-3418 TPX—Chinese Violet. The color Japanese violet is shown at right. This is the color called "violet" in the traditional Japanese
380-490 nm. Violet refers to any colour perceptually evoked by light with a predominant wavelength of roughly 380–450 nm. Tones of violet tending towards
swamp violet Viola walteri - prostrate blue violet, prostrate southern violet Viola yedoensis (syn. Viola philippica var. philippica) - Chinese violet Known
Violet is the color of light at the short wavelength end of the visible spectrum, between blue and invisible ultraviolet. It is one of the seven colors
(traditional) Chartreuse (web) Cherry blossom pink Chestnut China pink China rose Chinese red Chinese violet Chocolate (traditional) Chocolate (web) Cinereous Cinnamon
red #AA381E 67% 22% 12% 11° 70% 39% 82% 67% Chinese violet #856088 52% 38% 53% 296° 17% 46% 29% 53% Chinese yellow #FFB200 100% 70% 0% 42° 100% 50% 100%
elsewhere and may occur wild as an introduced species. Common names include Chinese violet, cowslip creeper, Pakalana vine, Tonkin jasmine and Tonkinese creeper
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