During this time of year, many individuals, families, and communities start to rebuild their gardens. Whether your garden is in your backyard, front yard, or community park, we encourage all of our neighbors to participate in some way, even if it really is only to stop and smell the flowers.

This month’s color palette is from Blue Zenith’s own backyard garden and was taken in the summer of 2007, two years before our company’s initiation. While the bird bath itself could be seen as a symbol of rejuvenation, the garden that it sits in represents the ground in which we all plant our seeds of dreams. And as any good gardener will know, you must properly nourish those seeds for them to grow, slowly but surely, into magnificent and beautiful realities.

Color Palettes: Bird Bath in Blue Zenith's Backyard

The colors in the image above are listed below in both hex and RGB formats. The dark color (the color sliver at the top of each color square) is listed in the left column while the main color block is listed in the middle column. The last column has the gray background color that sits behind the color palettes.

Top Color Sliver

Green (Chelsea Cucumber):

  • #78B565
  • R:120 G:181 B:101

Blue (Moody Blue):

  • #8483D1
  • R:132 G:131 B:209

Yellow (Kournikova):

  • #FFD873
  • R:255 G:216 B:115

Purple (Amethyst):

  • #AD7FD7
  • R:173 G:127 B:215

Main Color Block

Light Green (Feijoa):

  • #A3DB92
  • R:163 G:219 B:146

Light Blue (Dull Lavender):

  • #A7A6E8
  • R:167 G:166 B:232

Light Yellow (Cream Brulee):

  • #FEE195
  • R:254 G:225 B:149

Light Purple (Biloba Flower):

  • #C9A3Ec
  • R:201 G:163 B:236

Background Color

Gray (Rolling Stone):

  • #777D7B
  • R:119 G:125 B:123