pinkish-purple


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Adj.1.pinkish-purple - of purple tinged with pink
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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The pinkish-purple of the wild foxglove has been improved by gardeners over the years, partly by selection and partly by crossing with other species.
Also called Queen Lily, the bloom is a cluster of colorful, pinkish-purple, waxy bracts with yellow flowers.
In Singapore, Panasonic's 248 square metre farm is located inside a factory building on the outskirts of the city, where standard fluorescent lighting gives way to a pinkish-purple glow from LED lights brought in to nurture the plants.
But make no mistake--this graceful, pinkish-purple hue is no wallflower.
I've chosen the old favourite Allium 'Purple Sensation', round balls of pinkish-purple flowers along with Allium christophii, Star of Persia, a globe covered with star-shaped violet flowers, and Nectaroscordum siculum, Sicilian honey garlic, which has umbels of gentle nodding bell-shaped flowers.
chinensis 'Pumila'', with its pinkish-purple flowers appearing from August to September, and 'Bridal Veil'', a white-flowering type which blooms from June to August.
chinensis 'Pumila', with its pinkish-purple flowers appearing from August to September, and 'Bridal Veil', a white-flowering type which blooms from June to August.
Its carapace is typically a pinkish-purple with a bright patch of purple in the center.
Joe-pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum) grows five to six feet tall and has pinkish-purple flowers standing above its foliage from August to September.
Even where there are no beavers, an ever-increasing quantity of the tall pinkish-purple flower spikes can be seen growing in or near wetlands across the state.
Visible pinkish-purple horizontal bands appear in the test area if the concentration of the WNV IgM antibodies in the human serum sample is above the cutoff concentration in relation to the comparator device.