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“The Second Moon month of Rowan. Welcome to a collection of jewellery celebrating the Rowan Tree and its connection to our existence.  Waving, warning, singing & dancing in the second Moon month. Intuition, protection, success and healing.” – The Growler

Rowan tree jewellery.  The Second Moon month of Rowan.  The collection of jewellery celebrating the Rowan Tree and its connection to our existence.  Contrastingly, Waving, warning, singing & dancing in the second Moon month.  Similarly symbolic of and for Intuition, protection, success and healing.

A beautiful tree whose slender trunk supports wonderful branches covered in glorious fingers of leaves. The Rowan tree Im lucky enough to have in my garden has a Iovely ‘voice’ as I hear it. The leaves just dance in the breeze and its sings a gorgeous song which has inspired many a piece thats for sure. Its known that a Rowan tree / witchwood / mountain Ash in your garden kicks the arse of spirits with bad intent, I assume that’s due to the branches making wavy handy sounds and vibrations and probably part of the reason they are used as specific wands. Last year I made some fruit leather using the berries mixed with apple and orange juice. It was a time consuming mess and the result was, okay(ish) but I will be trying again this year for sure. Some great info here re. the health and medical benefits of Rowan berries, and as the article states they are plentiful due to most people assuming they are poisonous.

£214