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I am looking for a word to describe a natural landscape covered in natural green (trees etc). Like looking at a massive forest viewed from above.

Two rivers forked in a _______ landscape/scenery etc

Re the comments: I have tried to look for a word that means this, through dictionaries and the like, but cannot find anything. Originally, I wasn't looking for a direct synonym of green, and it was a coincidence when verdant appeared.

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    Just because there are other bad questions unclosed on this site does not absolve you of our research requirements and using a basic thesaurus. Please take this off-topic discussion to its chat room where I’ve moved the discussion to, or better yet to our meta site, – tchrist Jan 6 at 18:32
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A common word for a green landscape is verdant.

ADJECTIVE 1(of countryside) green with grass or other rich vegetation.

‘verdant valleys’

1.1 Of the bright green colour of lush grass. ‘a deep, verdant green’

Verdant (Oxford Dictionaries)

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Verdant is the word you are looking for.

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