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6495ED6495ED6495ED6495ED6495ED100149237Cornflower Blue 🎨 RGB Color Code: #6495ED

The hexadecimal RGB code of Cornflower Blue color is #6495ED. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 64 red (100/256), a 95 green (149/256) and a ED blue component (237/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(100,149,237). Closest WebSafe color: Cornflower blue (#6699FF)
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Cornflower Blue on Wikipedia

Cornflower blue
Cornflower blue is a shade of medium-to-light blue containing relatively little green. This hue was one of the favorites of the Dutch painter Johannes
Centaurea cyanus
Centaurea cyanus, commonly known as cornflower or bachelor's button, is an annual flowering plant in the family Asteraceae native to Europe. In the past
Centaurea montana
Centaurea montana, the perennial cornflower, mountain cornflower, bachelor's button, montane knapweed or mountain bluet, is a species of flowering plant
Stokesia laevis
purple, blue, or white in nature. The plant is cultivated as a garden flower. Several cultivars are available, including the cornflower blue 'Klaus Jelitto'
List of colors (alphabetical)
Copper red Copper rose Coquelicot Coral Coral pink Cordovan Cornflower blue (web) Cornflower blue (Crayola) Cornsilk Cosmic cobalt Cosmic latte Coyote brown
Shades of azure
Nations blue. The color resembles the shade of blue seen on the flag of the United Nations. At right is displayed the web color cornflower blue. The color
Queen Marie of Romania Sapphire
The Queen Marie of Romania Sapphire is a 478.68 carat (95.736 g) Cornflower blue cushion cut Ceylon sapphire. When it was sold at Christie's in 2003,
Kremlin Regiment
wave-green colouring with cornflower blue piping & facings, whereas the modern dress uniform is a navy blue with cornflower blue piping. The historical dress
Maroon beret
introduced a cornflower blue beret. This may have been influenced by the cornflower blue of the Soviet Air Force and the cornflower blue helmets worn
Sea glass
uncommon, as is citron, opaque white (from milk bottles), cobalt and cornflower blue (from early Milk of Magnesia bottles, poison bottles, artwork, Bromo-Seltzer

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