reddish purple


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Noun1.reddish purple - a shade of purple tinged with redreddish purple - a shade of purple tinged with red  
purple, purpleness - a purple color or pigment
Tyrian purple - a vivid purplish-red color
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Looking at the wild QAL, you can see that the small white florets have a reddish purple dot in the middle.
Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is recognisable in spring from red shoots with rolled up reddish purple leaves.
The reddish purple hues of the inaugural release of Mirassou Winery's 2011 Sunset Red reflect the shades of a bright, beautiful California sunset, and offer a perfect sipping experience as the day winds down.
It is evergreen in the sense that it doesn't lose its leaves, but its foliage turns reddish purple in spring and autumn.
cordifolia 'Purpurea' for deep magenta-purple flowers and mid-green leaves which turn reddish purple during the winter.
Go for B cordifolia "Purpurea" for deep magenta-purple flowers and mid-green leaves which turn reddish purple during the winter.
The gem was described as a "loose hexagonal crystal rough with coexistent green/black crystal matrix on its sides, opaque reddish purple in colour".
GVA Grimley's website, which features the lot alongside vegetable preparation and printing machinery, has an ad for the sale of the Gem of Tanzania, describing it as "a loose hexagonal crystal rough with co-existent green/black crystal matrix on its sides, opaque reddish purple in colour".
The blues of viola and larkspur would also suit your colour palette, along with the silver-grey foliage of mugwort (Artemisia 'Powys Castle') and the reddish purple hues of the smoke bush (Cotinus 'Grace').
The blues of viola and larkspur would also suit your colour palette, along with the silver-grey foliage of mugwort (Artemisia "Powis Castle") and the reddish purple hues of the smoke bush (Cotinus "Grace").
pink, red, reddish purple, or bruised appearance of the skin of the breast
That's true whether you grow the common purple coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea) with huge pinkish flowers, or ones from the new generation of coneflowers, with flowers of yellow, white-green, orange, or reddish purple.