It's that time of year again when the leaves make my eyes burn.
There are a lot of bugs on the young leaves in our garden!
Your head smells a little weird. It’s like dried up leaves or something.
So there's this weird thing with Japanese people. Many things that most people would consider "green" are actually "blue" in their eyes. So, things like plants and street lights are "blue" even though you may think of them as green. Remember that for this word, where we talk about a blue leaf. In your head, though, think "green leaf." Now think of all things that have green leaves. This is greenery.
The readings for the kanji in this word are the kun'yomi readings. Since you've already seen the word 青, hopefully you can just combine it with 葉 (you learned the reading for this part with the kanji). Be sure to pay attention to the rendaku, though. は goes to ば in this word, making it あおば.