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Response: Because green is the color of grass and leaves, you can use most any color with it. However, you will want to choose lighter colored flowers so that they show up against the dresses.

Tulips would be lovely in cream, red, yellow, pink, rose, or one of the newer striped versions. Gardenias would be nice as well, but they dont fit into bouquets as well as some other flowers. They are also very fragrant and can trigger allergies.

Have you seen the new green rose? It is lovely. It is pale green. You can also get gladiolas in green, and carnations as well. There is also a green orchid that looks lovely in bouquets, particularly when combined with the green rose.

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