Have you ever noticed that the majority of the things found in nature are green? Is it any coincidence? God created our eyes to see all the beautiful things He made for us to behold. God created the grass, trees, plants and leaves to be green for a reason. Green is the color that our eyes MOST EASILY see.
Psalm 23:2 says: “He makes me lie down in green pastures,
He leads me beside quiet waters,”
The Lord created the grass, the trees and most plants to be green because He loves us. There are slight variations of green, but all are shades of a deep, emerald green. And He made this emerald green plant life to be the most abundant thing in our sight when we’re outside. Everywhere we look: trees, grass, bushes, hedges, and yes, even weeds. All shades of green. Imagine if plants were some other color. Can you imagine purple or red grass and trees all year long? That would be very hard on the eyes. No, God made all things to compliment the other. Our eyes best see the abundance of green in all of creation.
Sing to the Lord with grateful praise; make music to our God on the harp.
He covers the sky with clouds; He supplies the earth with rain and makes grass grow on the hills. (Psalm 147: 7-8)
The Lord, the Most Creative Designer Ever, made brightly-colored flowers and fruits that add splashes of color when they are in season. And, in autumn, the trees change color from deep emerald to blazing purples, reds, oranges, and yellows. Both are refreshing to our eyes. Imagine a world where there are no flowers, and no changing of the leaves in autumn, before winter comes. God knew exactly how to create a beautiful world for our eyes to behold! (SOURCE UNKNOWN)