Emerald

 

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Pantone Color report 2013

 

 

 

Emerald color became the color of the year for all fashion industry. Flower industry always goes along with the fashion.

Emerald is a color that is a shade of green. It is light and bright, with a faint bluish cast. The name comes from the color of the gemstone emerald. 

Emerhald – Echeveria, Eucaliptus Seeded

Grayed Jade – Dusty Miller, Kochia, Brunia, Echeveria  and Lambs Ear, Tillandsias

Tender Shoots – Amaranths , Coxcomb Green, Bells of Ireland

Dusk Blue – Delphinium Hybrid Light Blue, Hydrangea Light Blue


Emerald is such a bright color, but the good part of this color it’s versatile for any seasons!   

Look what a beautiful color pallets we found on Colour Lovers . We divided them by seasons for your convenience. Feel free to mix and match different seasons and colors.

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Valerie McNichols created an amazing emerald tones ribbon bowls.  It’s very easy to make, but it has such unique view of all arrangement. Should we tell you that there is thousands of ways to shape your ribbon vases? Turn on your imagination!

Pennock    Pennock

Ribbons: Teal, Aqua, Jade, Seafoam, Emerald, Mint, Hunter, Celadon, Christmass Green, New Moss and Neon Green
Flowers: Silver Brunia, Dear Moss, Green Spider Mums,White Heather, Branches Pepperberry, Laurel, Dianthus

 

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Bind wire Green, Barked wire Basil, Preserved Reindeer Moss, Butterfly

A green monochrome photo shoot shows  the wide variety of emerald color. The colors from pale to deep dark were just made for each other.  Look at this inspirational flower arrangement we found on Pinterest:

We hope, this article about magical and brilliant Emerald color was inspiration for you.
Please share your thoughts and pictures about emerald flower arrangement.

We’re looking forward to hearing what you think!

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