Orchid 🎨 RGB Color Code: #DA70D6
The hexadecimal RGB code of Orchid color is #DA70D6. This code is composed of a hexadecimal DA red (218/256), a 70 green (112/256) and a D6 blue component (214/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(218,112,214). Closest WebSafe color: Orchid (#CC66CC)
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Orchids are plants that belong to the family Orchidaceae (/ɔːrkəˈdeɪʃiː/ or-kə-DAY-shee), a diverse and widespread group of flowering
Look up orchid in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. An orchid is a member of the flowering plant family Orchidaceae. Orchid may also refer to: Orchid I. Jordan
Orchid is a bright rich purple color that resembles the color which various orchids often exhibit. Various tones of orchid may range from grayish purple
Monkey orchid is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Calanthe tricarinata, native to southeast and east Asia Dracula gigas, native to South
Jewel orchid is a common name which may refer to any orchid grown for its leaves rather than its flowers, including: Anoectochilus Anoectochilus sandvicensis
Black orchid or Black Orchid may refer to: Black Orchid (comics), a DC Comics miniseries created by Neil Gaiman Black Orchid (character), a character from
Butterfly orchid is a common name for several orchids and may refer to: Psychopsis, any species Platanthera, any species Sarcochilus, several species
The Orchid Thief is a 1998 non-fiction book by American journalist Susan Orlean, based on her investigation of the 1994 arrest of horticulturist John Laroche
Orchid is the debut studio album by Swedish progressive metal band Opeth, released on 15 May 1995 in Europe by Candlelight Records, and on 24 June 1997
Spider orchid typically refers to the orchid genus Caladenia as a whole. It may also mean one of the following: Several Corybas species, including Corybas
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