Greentones can be bright or olive green. However, most natural green stones are not solid. They may be splashed with orange, like Unakite and Spring Jasper. Some show a variety of swirls or abstract colorations of oranges, reddish browns, or golden yellows in various random patterns. Examples are Saturn Jasper and Ryolite (also called Green Rhyolite, Rainforest, Rainbow or Peacock Jasper).Green Aventurine looks like a solid light to dark green, but it actually has mica inclusions that sparkle like silver in the sunlight. Others are deep to light green like Green Jade. British Columbian Jade from Canada has black inclusions thought to be Pyrite. Ocean Jasper, may have green or white backgrounds, with a natural variety of colors (including green) that form random and abstract patterns. Dragon Blood Jasper, also called Bloodstone, is deep green splashed with bright to deep red. Red Creek Jasper is green, teal, rusty red, and a deep golden yellow - with dark streaks that look like lightning strikes. Each stone, regardless of its shape, is one-of-a-kind. All are wonders of Mother Nature—and there are hundreds of varieties of stones that have are Earthtones and Greentones! Do you love green, but don't see a stone or design that suits you? Contact Miriam for a Free Custom Estimate.