A hot-air balloon invented by Charles Green, used to travel from London to Weilburg, Germany.

Vauxhall Balloon

A hot-air balloon invented by Charles Green, used to travel from London to Weilburg, Germany.

This modern bottle is a French design that is made out of green glazed clay.

Modern Bottle

This modern bottle is a French design that is made out of green glazed clay.

British Golden-rod is a member of the large composite genus Solidago, which is chiefly North American. The golden-rods are erect plants, little branched, and often somewhat woody at the base. The foliage is various, usually somewhat lanceolate in shape, and sometimes conspicuously veined. The tiny heads have one series of white or yellow ray-flowers, and are gathered into various forms of inflorescence, often of a massive character; they appear in late summer and early autumn. Although of no commercial value (except as forage for sheep) the golden-rods are conspicuous for their bright color, especially as they are apt to grow in huge colonies in fields and along roadsides.

British Golden-rod

British Golden-rod is a member of the large composite genus Solidago, which is chiefly North American.…

The green-headed bunting (also known as the ortolan) perched on a branch.

Green-Headed Bunting

The green-headed bunting (also known as the ortolan) perched on a branch.

Found in Java and Sumatra, the green calyptomena's namesake plumage helps it blend in with foliage.

Green Calyptomena

Found in Java and Sumatra, the green calyptomena's namesake plumage helps it blend in with foliage.

"Dalmanites limulurus, Green. One of the Phacopidae, from the Silurian, New York." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Dalmanites

"Dalmanites limulurus, Green. One of the Phacopidae, from the Silurian, New York." — The Encyclopedia…

This modern flower-pot is made out of green glazed clay.

Modern Flower-Pot

This modern flower-pot is made out of green glazed clay.

Geum urbanum is a member of the genus Geum, a genus of hardy plants (Rosaceae). Not usually used decoratively, their five-parted flowers being borne singly at the ends of much-branching stems. The leaves are generally odd-pinnate, often with small leaflets scattered among larger ones. The style is persistent in the fruit and is often plumose, as in the purple avens (G. ciliatum), which has violet flowers. The white avens (G. canadense) has a prickly receptacle, as has the G. flavum. Among the most common species are the yellow G. strictum and the G. vernum, both found in shady, damp places.

Geum Urbanum

Geum urbanum is a member of the genus Geum, a genus of hardy plants (Rosaceae). Not usually used decoratively,…

A man playing golf, with his wife and young caddy.

Golfers

A man playing golf, with his wife and young caddy.

Also known as the green finch, the green grosbeak frequents gardens, orchards, small woods, and cultivated fields. It feeds on seeds and the occaisional insect.

Green Grosbeak

Also known as the green finch, the green grosbeak frequents gardens, orchards, small woods, and cultivated…

"Among the larger and more splendid moths of our own country is the Luna Moth, or Green Emperor Moth, <em>attacus luna</em> a large and beautiful species, common in the Northern United States. The wings, which are drawn out into what appears like a long tail, are of a light yellowish-green color, marked with eye-spots near the middle. The expanse of the wings is four inches. The caterpilar lives on walnut-trees, and spins a cocoon of which silk might be made. Many of these cocoons may be picked up on the ground, in autumn or spring, beneath the trees frequented by these insect."  &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Chrysalis of the Luna Moth

"Among the larger and more splendid moths of our own country is the Luna Moth, or Green Emperor Moth,…

A flowering plant with edible green seed pods.

Okra

A flowering plant with edible green seed pods.

The Argent Ordinary has a base color of vert or green.

Argent Ordinary

The Argent Ordinary has a base color of vert or green.

The Checky Ordinary has nine checkers that are vert (green) and argent (silver) colors.

Checky Ordinary

The Checky Ordinary has nine checkers that are vert (green) and argent (silver) colors.

The Or Ordinary is a chevron design in a vert (green) color.

Or Ordinary

The Or Ordinary is a chevron design in a vert (green) color.

The Per Bend Ordinary is in or and vert (green) colors.

Per Bend Ordinary

The Per Bend Ordinary is in or and vert (green) colors.

The Per Bend Ordinary has the dexter half in argent (silver), and the sinister (left side) per bend sinister in vert (green) and or.

Per Bend Ordinary

The Per Bend Ordinary has the dexter half in argent (silver), and the sinister (left side) per bend…

The Per Saltire Ordinary is in vert (green) and argent (silver) colors.

Per Saltire Ordinary

The Per Saltire Ordinary is in vert (green) and argent (silver) colors.

A heraldic shield with a green surface, represented by the diagonal lines drawn from the top left corner to the bottom right corner.

Vert Shield

A heraldic shield with a green surface, represented by the diagonal lines drawn from the top left corner…

Common in the West Indies, it tends to exhibit little fear of humans.

Green Tody

Common in the West Indies, it tends to exhibit little fear of humans.

"Restoration of Triarthrus Becki, Green, as determined by Beecher from specimens obtained from the Utica Slates (Ordovician), New York. A, dorsal; B, ventral surface. In the latter the single pair of antennae springing up from each side of the camerostome or hypostome or upper lip-lobe are seen. Four pairs of appendages besides these are seen to belong to the cephalic tergum. All the appendages are pediform and bi-ramose; all have a prominent gnathobase, and in all the exopodite carries a comb-like series of secondary processes." &mdash; The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Triarthrus

"Restoration of Triarthrus Becki, Green, as determined by Beecher from specimens obtained from the Utica…

"Triarthrus Becki, Green. a, Restored thoracic limbs in transverse section of the animal; b, section across a posterior somite; c, section across one of the sub-terminal somites." &mdash; The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Triarthrus

"Triarthrus Becki, Green. a, Restored thoracic limbs in transverse section of the animal; b, section…

"Triarthrus Becki, Green. Dorsal view of second thoracic leg with and without setae. en, Inner ramus; ex, Outer ramus." &mdash; The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Triarthrus

"Triarthrus Becki, Green. Dorsal view of second thoracic leg with and without setae. en, Inner ramus;…

The green woodpecker is found throughout Europe, and uses its beak to make holes in tree trunks to roost in.

Green Woodpecker

The green woodpecker is found throughout Europe, and uses its beak to make holes in tree trunks to roost…