Fern Green 🎨 RGB Color Code: #4F7942
The hexadecimal RGB code of Fern Green color is #4F7942. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 4F red (79/256), a 79 green (121/256) and a 42 blue component (66/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(79,121,66). Closest WebSafe color: Dark olive green (#666633)
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color name. Fern green is a color that resembles ferns. A Crayola crayon named fern was created in 1998. The first recorded use of fern green as a color
(Polypodiidae) and eusporangiate ferns, the latter group including horsetails, whisk ferns, marattioid ferns, and ophioglossoid ferns. Ferns first appear in the fossil
colour sRGB value Grey value calculated from (0.2126 × red) + (0.7152 × green) + (0.0722 × blue) CIE L*a*b* values sRGB value expressed as hue, saturation
63% 87% Pantone Fawn #E5AA70 90% 67% 44% 30° 69% 67% 51% 90% X11/Web Fern green #4F7942 31% 47% 26% 106° 29% 37% 45% 47% Maerz and Paul Field drab #6C541E
Monet Green Wave (abortion rights), a group of abortion-rights activists in the Americas "Green Wave", a cultivar of the polypodium fern Green Wave, a
Rumohra adiantiformis, the leather fern or leatherleaf fern, is a species of fern in the wood fern family Dryopteridaceae. It has a wide distribution
to ceremonial and precedence among public offices" green: Pantone tessile 17-6153 TCX (Fern Green); white: Pantone tessile 11-0601 TCX (Bright White);
which arise in clumps of up to 15 from the stem, making a fine, soft green fern-like foliage. Sharp barbed thorns occur on the stem. Occurring from spring
paint colors are added to each other. Cyan is any of the colors in the blue-green range of the visible spectrum, i.e., between approximately 490 and 520 nm
deauville. A custom made carpet, in shades of carmine, old gold, sapphire and fern green with a pattern of overscaled stars and olive leaves was woven for the
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