Tangelo 🎨 RGB Color Code: #F94D00
The hexadecimal RGB code of Tangelo color is #F94D00. This code is composed of a hexadecimal F9 red (249/256), a 4D green (77/256) and a 00 blue component (0/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(249,77,0). Closest WebSafe color: Safety orange (#FF6600)
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The tangelo (/ˈtændʒəloʊ/ TAN-jə-loh, /tænˈdʒɛloʊ/ tan-JEL-oh; C. reticulata × C. maxima or × C. paradisi; sometimes referred to as honeybells), Citrus
The Jamaican tangelo, also known by proprietary names ugli /ˈʌɡli/ fruit, uglifruit, and uniq fruit, is a citrus fruit that arose on the island of Jamaica
with black for Halloween decorations. Tangelo is a shade of orange that is the color of the outer skin of the tangelo fruit. The first recorded use of saffron
Tangelo Park is a census-designated place and an unincorporated area in Orange County, Florida, United States. The population was 2,231 at the 2010 census
skin than a tangerine and is less sweet 'K–Early' ('Sunrise Tangelo') 'Minneola tangelo': Bowen grapefruit × Dancy tangerine 'Orlando' (formerly 'Take'):
A tangelo is a type of citrus fruit. Tangelo may also refer to: Tangelo (color), a shade of orange Tangelo Park, a census-designated place in Florida Tangerine
mentoring students who live in Tangelo Park. In the spring of 2016, Rosen announced a program similar to the Tangelo Park Program, albeit five times
known as Safety Harbor. Further crosses have produced the tangelo (1905), the Minneola tangelo (1931), and the oroblanco (1984). Its true
orange – Citrus ×sinensis (probably C. maxima × C. reticulata) Tangelo – Citrus ×tangelo (C. reticulata × C. maxima or C. ×paradisi) Tangor – Citrus ×nobilis
orange peel Vivid orchid Vivid raspberry Vivid red Vivid red-tangelo Vivid sky blue Vivid tangelo Vivid tangerine Vivid vermilion Vivid violet Vivid yellow
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