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66 Types of Dark Green

 , May 23, 2020
Dark greens are green hues shaded with black, often with tinges of other colors. Where light green represents youth and spring, dark green has a decidedly winter feel due to its association with evergreen plants such as pine trees and ivy that give color to winter landscapes. In the middle ages, dark green was often wore by bankers, merchants, country gentlemen and other wealthy individuals. This stood in contrast to the nobility who were the only social class permitted to wear red. For example, Mona Lisa wears dark green indicating the subject of Leonardo da Vinci's archetypal masterpiece was of the merchant class. The following are common types of dark green color.
Malachite
#004e00
Alpine Green
#005f56
Bottle Green
#006a4e
Cadmium Green
#006b3c
Green Dragon
#006c67
Ivy
#007958
Greenlake
#007d69
Dynasty Green
#008e80
Deep Green
#02590f
Dark Green
#033500
Kabocha
#044a05
British Racing Green
#05480d
Diminishing Green
#062e03
Pine
#0a481e
Hunter Green
#0b4008
Evergreen Forest
#0e695f
Nori
#112a12
Industrial Green
#114400
Evergreen
#11574a
Green Ink
#11887b
Phthalo Green
#123524
Clear Green
#12732b
Green Velvet
#127453
Martian Green
#136c51
Blue Green
#137e6d
Forest Green
#154406
Lindworm Green
#172808
Rousseau Green
#175844
Cardin Green
#1b3427
Sherwood Green
#1b4636
County Green
#1b4b35
Brunswick Green
#1b4d3e
English Green
#1b4d3f
Dark Jungle Green
#1c352d
Celtic Green
#1f6954
Geneva Green
#1f7f76
Palm Green
#20392c
Charleston Green
#232b2b
Kaitoke Green
#245336
Aircraft Green
#2a2c1f
Green Stain
#2b553e
Gable Green
#2c4641
Hinterlands Green
#304112
Billiard Green
#305a4a
Thousand Years Green
#316745
Green Gables
#324241
Government Green
#32493e
Green Moonstone
#33565e
Navy Green
#35530a
Poker Green
#35654d
Green Kelp
#393d2a
Kombu
#3a4032
Dark Moss Green
#3e3d29
Green Shade
#45523a
Cayman Green
#495a44
Garden Green
#495e35
Army Green
#4b5320
Artichoke
#4b6d41
Wintergreen Shadow
#4f9e81
Mineral Green
#506355
Green Leaf
#526b2d
Collard Green
#536861
Elm Green
#547053
Fiji Green
#636f22
Shiso
#63a950
Olive
#808010

Associations

Dark green is primarily associated with winter and wealth. It can potentially symbolize nature but it is more common to use lighter spring-like greens for this purpose. Some dark greens such as olive, can be perceived as military colors.
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