Pale Spring Bud 🎨 RGB Color Code: #ECEBBD
The hexadecimal RGB code of Pale Spring Bud color is #ECEBBD. This code is composed of a hexadecimal EC red (236/256), a EB green (235/256) and a BD blue component (189/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(236,235,189). Closest WebSafe color: Cream (#FFFFCC)
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Pale Spring Bud on Wikipedia
recorded use of spring green as a color name in English (meaning the color that is now called spring bud) was in 1766. This pale tone of spring bud is the color
green Pale lavender Pale magenta Pale magenta-pink Pale pink Pale plum Pale red-violet Pale robin egg blue Pale silver Pale spring bud Pale taupe Pale turquoise
Brands include Budweiser, Busch, Michelob, Bud Light, and Natural Light. Budweiser is a 5.0% ABV Adjunct pale lager that was introduced in 1876 by Adolphus
67% 94% 8% 98% Pale silver #C9C0BB 79% 75% 73% 21° 12% 76% 7% 79% Pale spring bud #ECEBBD 93% 92% 74% 59° 55% 83% 20% 93% Pansy purple #78184A 47% 9%
They come out of the bud plicate, pale green coated with pale tomentum; when full grown are bright yellow green above, paler beneath. In autumn they
spring bud to avoid confusion with the web color. The color is also called soft spring green, spring green (traditional), or spring green
acuminate. They come out of the bud pale bronze green and hairy; when full grown they are dull deep green above, paler beneath; feather-veined, midrib
bruised. The winter buds are light red, covered with pale scurfy down, protected by a pair of opposing scales. Flower-bearing buds are 2 cm (3⁄4 in) long
Corm with flower bud Colchicum alpinum in Les Grandes Rousses (Oisans) Colchicum alpinum in a collector garden Leaves in the spring Seed capsule Kew World
infests rosebushes as its main host in spring and early summer, congregating on the tips of shoots and around new buds. Later in the summer, winged forms
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