Lavender - Floral 🎨 RGB Color Code: #B57EDC
The hexadecimal RGB code of Lavender - Floral color is #B57EDC. This code is composed of a hexadecimal B5 red (181/256), a 7E green (126/256) and a DC blue component (220/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(181,126,220). Closest WebSafe color: Orchid (#CC66CC)
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Lavender - Floral on Wikipedia
Lavender (floral) (#B57EDC) #B57EDC Lavender (web) (#E6E6FA) #E6E6FA Lavender is a light shade of purple or violet. It applies particularly to the color
displayed the color lavender. This color may also be called lavender (floral) or floral lavender to distinguish it from the web color lavender. It is the color
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products were named after a principal ingredient; some being geranium water, lavender water, lilac water, violet water, spirit of myrcia and 'eau de Bretfeld'
flowers commonly used by floral designers include peruvian lilies, cosmos, freesias, gardenia, hyacinth, kalanchoe, larkspur, lavender, lilac, lilies, limonium
86% 44% 92% 81% Lavender (floral) #B57EDC 71% 49% 86% 275° 57% 68% 43% 86% Lavender (web) #E6E6FA 90% 90% 98% 240° 67% 94% 8% 98% Lavender blue #CCCCFF 80%
Mäurer & Wirtz in 1959. It is said to have a floral fragrance and contains a blend of bergamot, neroli, lavender and is accented with tobacco, oakmoss and
represent specific geographic areas. Some countries have a country-wide floral emblem; others in addition have symbols representing subdivisions. Different
flowers are lavender to lilac blue which are borne from spring to summer. They feature a white to yellow throat with conspicuous floral violet veins
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