Can I say trees of green instead of green trees?

Are they the same in meaning?

Could you give me more examples like this?
"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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