"Fudgecicle" but once it dried I had to rename it to "chocolate covered cherry", (mostly a chocolate brown with some red tones).
Then toned it down with a grayish green also a custom mix I dubbed "Crete".
The glazes are Paint Mixed with a clear exterior paint base. I sprayed this on and then wiped and rubbed off the high areas with a rag leaving the color in the deeper cracks and crevases.
I end up applying a third coat of glaze that was another custom dark chocolate brown to bring back some of the depth and contrast.
The trees look fairly realistic.
The fun part of this is you can make these as antimated as you like given the particular application.
Now it's time to repaint all the surrounding trim , doors and clapboards.
One thing I know for certian is these will never rot.