A symbol of Goodness, Stability, and Undeniable Power. It symbolizes earth, stability, physical energy, the power of nature, boldness, happiness, basic need, and originality. Green is strong, hard-working, practical, determined, energetic, and independent. Green is a solid, pure color, is hard-looking and dominant. It is the dominant color of nature.

Green symbolizes the season of Spring, full of vitality and energy. Gives a strong energy to someone and take action. If someone is learning something new, he is "green." Someone who can make things grow has a "green thumb."

Green, on the other hand, can look hard and mean (Reference to Marvel's Strong Hulk). Green can be germy and dirty.

Green symbolizes earth on Mexico.

Green originally was a stop light in certain places.

Green is the color the human eye is most attracted to.

Green is the only color that symbolizes a holiday (Saint Patrick's Day) on its own.

Green is associated with good health & vitality.

Green is also associated with power and luck. The Irish believe the wearing of the green brings fortune.

In ancient China, green was the colour connected to the element of Earth Wood, and through that to the direction South and the season Spring.

Green is also the color of Good.

Different shades of green

Yellow-green can indicate sickness, cowardice, discord, and jealousy. 

Turquoise is associated with emotional healing and protection. 

Blue-green is evocative of caution, supervision and relaxed dignity. 

Olive also signifies peace. 

Dark, sometimes pale, green is associated with money, the financial world, banking, and the U.S. stock market world on Wall Street, but also ambition, avarice, and envy.

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