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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18-0125 TPX. 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
eusporangiate ferns, the latter group including horsetails or scouring rushes, whisk ferns, marattioid ferns, and ophioglossoid ferns. Ferns first appear
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
Nephrolepis exaltata, known as the sword fern or Boston fern, is a species of fern in the family Lomariopsidaceae (sometimes treated in the families Davalliaceae
with the name Fern or Ferns include: Fern Andra (1893-1974), American actress Fern Battaglia (1931-2001), American baseball player Fern Bell (1913-2000)
which arise in clumps of up to 15 from the stem, making a fine, soft green fern-like foliage. Occurring from spring to autumn, the small greenish-white
30° 69% 67% 51% 90% Feldgrau #4D5D53 30% 36% 33% 143° 9% 33% 17% 36% Fern green #4F7942 31% 47% 26% 106° 29% 37% 45% 47% Field drab #6C541E 42% 33% 12%
Rumohra adiantiformis, the leather fern or leatherleaf fern, is a species of fern in the wood fern family Dryopteridaceae. It has a wide distribution
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
Azolla filiculoides (water fern) is a species of Azolla, native to warm temperate and tropical regions of the Americas as well as most of the old world
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