The natural color of the subject orchid here does not work well with others. I made it black and white, but I prefer the greater definition of space this palette allows. Yes, no, maybe?
I also saw the green tinge and wondered if it was my profile. I have almost given up on shooting flower images because of the problem of cluttered backgrounds and lack of depth of field. Flower images are difficult and getting a good one, or more, takes hard work. I agree generally with the others that you haven't succeeded. Thumbs down.
I also saw the green tinge and wondered if it was my profile.
Years ago when I done B&W printing before the neutral ink carts were available I regularly saw the green tingeing effect on my prints that I see now on the monitor. On close inspection I see the red tingeing but the green dominates it. Are you stating that the green is an artistic effect?