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Re: Purple vs. Violet

Sharon McAllister wrote:
> Linda Mann asked:
> :  Hmmm - ok, how do you know that?
> Twenty years of working with the charts & debating colors with garden visitors.
> :   Maybe what I need is a book about colors or
> :  some art reference text or something.
> Good idea.  Hope someone comes up with a recommendation.

Try the PANTONE book of color.  Over 1000 color standards.  It has color
strips with descriptive names like Biscay Green, Medal bronze,
Candlelight peach and more.  They also sell computer software.  See
their site at http://www.pantone.com

Rick Tasco 
Central California
Zone 8

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