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Color Wheel

Our Flower Color Wheel is similar to an artist's color wheel but we have used names that florists commonly use to describe color. We divided the primary color of violet into three additional segments to include indigo (bluish violet) and fuchsia (reddish violet) because there are so many variations of violet in flower colors.
Color Wheel
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