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Spring greens
Brassica oleracea
Cultivar Group
Acephala Group
Cultivar Group members

Spring greens are a cultivar of Brassica oleracea in the cultivar Acephala Group, similar to kale, in which the central leaves do not form a head or form only a very loose one. It is considered to be closer to wild cabbage than most other domesticated forms, and is grown primarily in northern Europe, where its tolerance of cold winters is valued for an early spring supply of edible leaves. The Cultivar Group Acephala also includes curly kale and collard greens, which are extremely similar genetically.

The term is also used more loosely to refer to thinnings and trimmed-off leaves of other types of Brassica, including turnip and swede leaves, surplus thinned out young cabbage plants and leaves from cauliflower and brussels sprouts.

In all cases, the leaves, being loose, are fully exposed to light, and so are dark green, coarse, often tough, and more strongly flavoured than many people prefer, but are also particularly rich in vitamin C, folic acid and dietary fibre, making them a very healthy food.

Spring Green may refer to:

Simple English

This box shows the color spring green.

Spring green is a color that is the color on the color wheel that is precisely halfway between cyan and green.


Meaning of spring green

  • Spring green brings to mind the well watered vegetation of early Spring, being a combination of cyan, the color of water, and green, the color of plants.
  • Pandanis a plant which yields the pandan leaf used widely in Southeast Asian cuisine (it has a vanilla-like flavor) to make Pandan cake and also Vietnamese green waffles, both of which are colored a bright spring green color.
  • Spring green may be used to represent the green movement, especially in graphic design for environmental literature regarding issues having to do with water resources or water conservation.
  • A spring green environmentalist is a person or an institution that has just recently become committed to environmentalism. [1]

Tones of spring green color comparison chart

  • Mint Cream (web color) (Hex: #F5FFFA) (RGB: 245, 255, 250)
  • Honeydew (web color) (Hex: #F0FFF0) (RGB:240, 255, 240)
  • Frosted Mint ( Color List) (Hex: #DBFFF8) (RGB: 219, 255, 248)
  • Aquamarine (web color) (Hex:7FFFD4) (RGB: 127, 255, 212)
  • Edgewater ( Color List ) (Hex: #CBE3D&) (RGB: 200, 227, 215)
  • Celadon (Hex: #ACE1AF) (RGB:172, 225, 175)
  • Moss Green (Hex: #ADDFAD) (RGB:173, 223, 173)
  • Magic Mint (Crayola) (Hex: #AAF0D1) (RGB:170, 240, 209)
  • Mint Green (Hex: #98FF98) (RGB:152, 255, 152)
  • SPRING GREEN (web color) (Hex: #00FF7F) (RGB: 0, 255, 127)
  • Medium Spring Green (web color) (Hex: #00FA9A) (RGB: 0, 250, 154)
  • Caribbean Green (Crayola) (Hex: #00CC99) (RGB: 0, 204, 153)
  • Mint (Hex: #3EB489) (RGB: 62, 180, 137)
  • Persian Green (Hex: #00A693) (RGB: 0, 166, 147)
  • Medium Sea Green (web color) (Hex: #3CB371) (RGB: 60, 179, 113)
  • Sea Green (web color) (Hex: #2E8B57) (RGB:46, 139, 87)
  • Pine Green (Hex: #01796F) (RGB:1, 121, 111)
  • Skobeloff (Hex: #007474) (RGB: 0, 122, 116)
  • Viridian (Hex: #40826D) (RGB:64, 130, 109)
  • Dark Spring Green (web color) (Hex: #177245) (RGB: 23, 114, 69)


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