Christmas tree and wreath green, but also ivy and holly. If you're looking for a standard green ink pad this one is it. All that said this is not a primary green which is more like the Mowed Lawn ink pad. And it is on the darkish side. Personally I don't think this is a floral green because it is darker and stronger then the usual light flower colors everyone uses (Prima, etc.). But it does look good as leaves with a dogwood flower punch I have because the dark green just makes the white flower pop. I do have a good sized ivy rubber stamp that comes up really nice. Just keep in mind all the things you might use this pad for and you'll know you're making a good investment.
It wasn't the color I expected it to be. I wanted something a little darker green towards the depth of Forest Moss without the yellow. I have a retired 82nd Airborne Jump Master as my hubby and I have lots of photos I am placing in my first ever scrapbook. I thought Pine Needles would work as "Army Green".
I have tried Peeled Paint, Iced Spruce and Evergreen Bough.
I suppose Crushed Olive, Shabby Shutters, and Bundled Sage will be the next green purchase for this project.
This is a new color I just bought and so glad I did. Sometimes I want a different look from ink other than browns. This color can transform a piece of cardstock that isn't so appealing in color into something so wonderful. Don't let this color fool you, it's awesome.