Permanent Geranium Lake 🎨 RGB Color Code: #E12C2C
The hexadecimal RGB code of Permanent Geranium Lake color is #E12C2C. This code is composed of a hexadecimal E1 red (225/256), a 2C green (44/256) and a 2C blue component (44/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(225,44,44). Closest WebSafe color: Persian red (#CC3333)
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were discontinued by 1910, including Light and Dark Venetian Red, Permanent Geranium Lake, Celestial Blue, Raw Sienna, and Charcoal Gray; the use of "Purple"
Madder Lake (later retired in 1935), Medium Green (later retired in 1939), Medium Yellow (later Goldenrod), Olive Green, Orange, Permanent Geranium Lake (later
Periwinkle (Crayola) #C3CDE6 76% 80% 90% 223° 41% 83% 15% 90% Permanent Geranium Lake #E12C2C 88% 17% 17% 0° 75% 53% 80% 88% Persian blue #1C39BB 11%
silvery colors. The colors' hexadecimal values are approximated below.[permanent dead link] In 1992, Crayola released a set of eight Multicultural Crayons
including the downtown McDonough Historic District. The city hosts a Geranium Festival each springtime on the third Saturday in May, celebrating the
Cirsium nipponicum var. incomptum, Corydalis incisa, Erigeron annuus, Geranium nepalense, Kalimeris pinnatifida, Maianthemum dilatatum, Oplismenus undulatifolius
Schizanthus, Calceolaria, Balsam, Cyclamen, Gloxinia, Tuberous begonia, Coleus, Geranium, Chrysanthemum, Primulas, Tydea, Achemenes, etc., find a place in this
500 m. The Birch (Betula utilis) Zone has Herbaceous genera of Anemone, Geranium, Iris, Lloydia, Potentilla and Primula interspersed with dry dwarf alpine
flower production of the District, 76.9% of poinsettias, and all of the geraniums and roses grown here. It also grows about 40% of the District's spinach
restaurants of which several have been awarded Michelin stars. This includes Geranium and Noma in Copenhagen. Sports are popular in Denmark, and its citizens
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