Anyone who takes photos for a living or is an avid hobbyist knows how tricky greens can be. They often appear overly bright, which can be incredibly distracting. Just look at the photo below. This is one of my favorites from the Fermanis-Martinez Family shoot, but the foliage is almost neon!
My first step in this process is to change the camera calibration. This essentially changes how Lightroom interpenetrates color of your image. In this case, I increased the green primary hue by 30.
Steps 2 and 3.
My next step is to use the color sliders to change the hue and luminance (think tint versus shade) of the colors affected. Because the greens in the original image actually contain more yellow, I adjust the yellow slider so that yellows appear greener. I then made the green slightly darker by adjusting the luminance slider.
If any photographers in the area need additional help with Lightroom, I highly encourage you to seek out Gerry Suchy. He's an Adobe Creative Suite genius and is more than happy to help get your editing skills where you want them to be!