Ashland Bay's incredible collection of wonderful greens. Everything from the lightest possible "barely there green" Celery, to earthy greens (like Ivy, Olive, Moss and Forest) to really bright greens like Lime, Jade and Kelly. Then there are some in between, like Bottle, Seafoam, Turquoise Green and Pine. Here is the list from light to dark.
Celery (light pastel, barely green like the inside stalks of celery)
Mint (also a pastel with a light blue-green cast to it)
Chartreuse (pastel with just a tad of brightness)
Citron (brightened with yellow)
Kiwi (earthy green-apple hue)
Turquoise Green (earthy blue-green with no brightness
Myrtle (a bit of blue but still really earthy green)
Seafoam (a bit more blue than green like a light Teal)
Lime (getting brighter and true green
Jade (very bright green with blue cast)
Kelly (the other very bright green - true emerald green)
Prairie (just a shade off Kelly with a barely noticeable bluing hue)
Olive (very earthy, no brightness at all - really popular color)
Bottle (deeper but still a very true green)
Pine (similar to Bottle with a slight blue cast that you don't notice until you compare the two - still a medium - deep earthy green)
Tartan (their deepest blue-green with more green than blue)
Forest (one of their deepest green, second only to Moss)
Moss (deepest earthy green with an almost gray tint to it)
Juniper (Beautifully earthy, deep, dark Olive, no blue to it as one might have thought with the name Juniper)
First picture is a collage of Ashland Bay's own pictures. There are additional pictures farther down that are new additions to their line of greens that didn't make the collage. They may also be specials and limited offers. In the second, third and fourth pictures, I spotlight some colors that I feel didn't look as accurate in their pictures. Chartreuse is a bit brighter and better represented in the second photo. In the third pic, Seafoam shows it's color better than they do but the flash makes it look too bright. It is a beautiful color without the flashback that shows in that one. Fourth picture is of Moss Green, a popular color that didn't make the cluttered collage in the first pic. Last picture is of my "ALL The Greens" collection that includes 18 shades in what I call more of a "sampler" form of 1/4 ounce each color. It is listed in my shop here:
Listing is for 1, 2, or 4 oz. Choose color and ounces from drop down boxes at upper right.
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