Medium Orchid 🎨 RGB Color Code: #BA55D3
The hexadecimal RGB code of Medium Orchid color is #BA55D3. This code is composed of a hexadecimal BA red (186/256), a 55 green (85/256) and a D3 blue component (211/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(186,85,211). Closest WebSafe color: Orchid (#CC66CC)
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Medium Orchid on Wikipedia
100%/49% 90° Lawn Green, 157° Medium Spring Green 61%/50% 80° Yellow Green, 120° Lime Green, 280° Dark Orchid 100%/50% 0° Red, 16° Orange
Orchidaceae (/ɔːrkəˈdeɪʃiː/ or-kə-DAY-shee), commonly called the orchid family, is a diverse and widespread family of flowering plants, with blooms
magenta Medium orange Medium orchid Medium Persian blue Medium pink Medium purple Medium red Medium red-violet Medium ruby Medium sea green Medium sky blue
45% 97% 89% Medium carmine #AF4035 69% 25% 21% 5° 54% 45% 70% 69% Medium champagne #F3E5AB 95% 90% 67% 48° 75% 81% 30% 95% Medium orchid #BA55D3 73% 33%
(/ˌfælɪˈnɒpsɪs/), also known as moth orchids, is a genus of about seventy species of plants in the family Orchidaceae. Orchids in this genus are monopodial epiphytes
Maxillaria tenuifolia, the delicate-leafed maxillaria or coconut pie orchid, is a species of orchid ranging from Mexico to Nicaragua and possibly Costa Rica. These
(Lus.) is a genus of orchids that was thought to contain just one species, Ludisia discolor, commonly referred to as jewel orchid. A second species, Ludisia
MediumSlateBlue 7B 68 EE 123 104 238 MediumOrchid BA 55 D3 186 85 211 MediumPurple 93 70 DB 147 112 219 Orchid DA 70 D6 218 112 214 Violet EE 82 EE 238
Platanthera chlorantha, commonly known as greater butterfly-orchid, is a species of orchid in the genus Platanthera. It can be found throughout Europe
16 inches) Medium 40 – 50 cm (16 – 20 inches) Large 50 – 65 cm (20 – 26 inches) Weight is also varied according to size : Small 4 – 8 kg (9 – 18 lbs) Medium 8 –
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