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Can I say trees of green instead of green trees?

Are they the same in meaning?

Could you give me more examples like this?
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"Trees of green" is quite poetic... The lass with hair of gold...
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"trees of green" is uncommon and should only be used poetically - otherwise it sounds like a translation.
Yes. Along with "skies of blue" and "sea of green" Emotion: smile
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