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rowan- berries from the rowan tree in Scotland Sorbus americana 'dwarfcrown' Red cascade mountain ash

081514 rowan ~ rowan- berries from the rowan tree in Scotland Sorbus americana 'dwarfcrown' Red cascade mountain ash

Mountain Ash tree   (Sorbus genus / AKA Rowan tree).  Les grows this!!

Such pretty leaves, shadows and berries in winter. Birds live it. Easy to grow and maintain in any size garden/big pot.

A flying rowan tree, considered magical by the ancient Britons

A flying rowan tree, considered magical by the ancient Britons <> (Brittany, celtic, celts, folklore)

russell sherwood  Rowan tree

The beautiful Rowan/mountain ash tree . on the misty, windswept moors of Glen Brittle, Scotland .

Lone rowan tree (Sorbus aucuparia) in autumn, beside the Allt Coire Ghaidheil stream, West Affric Estate, Glen Affric, Scotland.

(published by Caledonia Wild! Spring Lone rowan tree (Sorbus aucuparia) in autumn, beside the Allt Coire Ghaidheil stream, West Affric Estate, Glen Affric, Scotland.

rowan botanical illustration

Sorbus aucuparia/Rowan Tree This small tree has much significance for the people of northern Europe. It is associated with the Celtic holiday of Imbolc and the goddess Brigid.

ROWAN TREE in Scotland

Scottish Highlands Landscape Photography by Graham McPherson.

Rowan, Ogham name Luis, rules 21st January to 17th February and its element is that of Fire. It is also known as "Quicken Tree" ~ the tree of life, in Norse it is called "Runa" meaning rune or charm for magic.

✯ Rowan, Ogham name Luis, rules January to February and its element is that of Fire. It is also known as "Quicken Tree" ~ the tree of life, in Norse it is called "Runa" meaning rune or charm for magic. Shop: The Goddess The Green Man ✯

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