Need green color codes?
Here are the top 40 green hex codes and RGB values for the many different hues, tints, and shades you’ll need.
There’s a table with color swatches so you can visualize the green values. You can easily grab the color name, hex code, and RGB color code.
Plus there’s a handy color chart you can pin!
Let’s go grow with green.
Pure Green Color Code
Green is actually a primary color in the RGB color space! The RGB colors are red, green, and blue.
The RGB system is used by display monitors such as computers, TVs, and mobile devices. These use red, green, and blue light to create all the colors you see.
Because RGB colors are composed of light, pure green means 100% green light – and it’s a rather eye-popping hue of neon green!
It’s represented by the #00FF00 color hex, which shows that red and blue light comprise 0% of this color. So the RGB numbers are 0, 255, 0. No red, no blue, all green light.
Pure green is a web safe color, since it can be represented by #0F0. But I can’t imagine a welcome use for it! No worries, there are 3 dozen more greens below.
Pure green, aka green1, color swatch:
Shades of Green
Shade means the pure color with black added. These will be medium to dark green.
If you’re looking for different colors of green – yellow greens, blue greens, or even brown greens – then you’ll want to scroll on to the chart of 20 further down.
Directly below are 9 green shades between the green1 hexadecimal number through to pure black.
Tints of Green
Tint, on the other hand, is your color with white added. Green tints will be various values of light green through pastel green to pale green.
Here are the hexadecimal codes for green1 through to pure white.
20 Green Color Codes
20 unique greens, including everything from lime green to gray greens.
Check out the exact colors in the swatches, followed by the color name.
Copy the hexadecimal numbers or RGB of the one you need for your web page or design project, and paste it in where you need it.
|Bright Green||#3BB143||(59, 177, 67)|
|Forest Green||#0B6623||(11, 102, 35)|
|Sage Green||#9DC183||(157, 193, 131)|
|Olive Green||#708238||(112, 130, 56)|
|Lime Green||#C7EA46||(199, 234, 70)|
|Hunter Green||#3F704D||(63, 112, 77)|
|Jade Green||#00A86B||(0, 168, 107)|
|Artichoke Green||#8F9779||(143, 151, 121)|
|Fern Green||#4F7942||(79, 121, 66)|
|Jungle Green||#29AB87||(41, 171, 135)|
|Laurel Green||#A9BA9D||(169, 186, 157)|
|Moss Green||#8A9A5B||(138, 154, 91)|
|Mint Green||#98FB98||(152, 251, 152)|
|Pine Green||#01796F||(1, 121, 111)|
|Tea Green||#D0F0C0||(208, 240, 192)|
|Army Green||#4B5320||(75, 83, 32)|
|Emerald Green||#50C878||(80, 200, 120)|
|Kelly Green||#4CBB17||(76, 187, 23)|
|Sacramento Green||#043927||(4, 57, 39)|
|Sea Green||#2E8B57||(46, 139, 87)|
You can check out even more green color names on our color thesaurus.
There’s lots more to learn about green. Here’s what it means if green is your favorite color.
Green can also be a good choice of colors for branding. It works for several distinct kinds of businesses:
- Sustainable and eco friendly
- Nature, plants, the great outdoors
- Renewal or relaxation
- Wealth and investing
Of course, you need to pick the right green! Check out the green color meanings.
If you didn’t find what you need above, I could add these similar shades later:
- Russian Green
- Spring Green
- Dark Lemon Lime
- Myrtle Green
- Granny Smith Apple
- French Lime
- Dark Moss Green
- Persian Green
Let me know in a comment if you found this helpful and would like more green tones.
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To find more colors, visit this page of 14 color meanings.