magick chairs.jpg -resize 25% -gamma 4,6,4 chairs_464.jpg
which is not as green as you'd probably like (there's really not much of a green component to amplify), but at least you can make out the scene a little better.
The command applies gamma separately to each channel (gamma_red=4, gamma_green=6, gamma_blue=4) to brighten them; here I was attempting to brighten the green channel more than the others.
ImageMagick has an "-auto-gamma" option that seems to be just as effective in handling underexposed photos. Here's the result of
magick chairs.jpg -resize 25% -auto-gamma chairs_autogamma.jpg
which uses the mean values of each color channel to come up with
the equivalent of
Note that in earlier versions of ImageMagick, the command is "convert" instead of "magick".
With GIMP you can do more-or-less the same thing via the "colors/curves" menu item and lifting the middle of the curve to approximate a gamma curve.
EDIT: I've just become aware of Fred Weinhaus' "autotone" script, available from his website, for noncommercial use only. It does a pretty nice job on this image, when run with the default options: