Imperial green

See Paris green, under Green.

See also: Imperial

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The most coveted is vivid emerald green, also called imperial green, followed by, in terms of rarity and value, lavender, which represents fullness of life, white, for good luck and red for a long life.
Go on a tea journey in Hangzhou, home of the legendary longjing tea, a centuries- old imperial green tea.
Try these spring family activities: FRUIT AND VEG Sow now: Outside with protection - broad beans (cultivars such as 'Express' or 'Imperial Green Longpod' are suited to cold weather), spinach, early carrots, shallots.
This is quite understandable as fine quality examples, like the stone in the ring shown here, look very similar to the highly desirable translucent green jadeite known as Imperial green jade.
The collection features 10 different varieties: broad bean Imperial Green Longpod, French bean Safari, runner bean White Lady, beetroot Wodan, cabbage Tundra, carrot Kingston, lettuce Lobjoits Green Cos, spring onion Ishikura, radish French Breakfast and tomato Sungold.
Pastel shades of green and blue with the label displaying "100% organic" prominently tempt consumers to select from names such as Green Tea Garden, Imperial Green, Moroccan Mint, Decaffeinated Green, Jasmine Flower and White Peony.
Handles are aluminum with an "Alemite" coating in a color Spyderco calls imperial green. The appearance is striking, but it is great to carry and use too.
The two-tier program designates retailers as either "Royal Blue" or "Imperial Green," based on their sales levels.
Since then, Guatemala has been a slaughterground, very bright red indeed against the darkest imperial green. Later, it was discovered that Arbenz had no communist connections, but the "disinformation" had been so thorough that few Americans knew to what extent they had been lied to by a government that had now put itself above law and, rather worse, beyond reason.
Colourless or an intense emerald green known as imperial green are the most valuable, followed by lavender and various other shades of green.