A popular rhyme advised combining the rowan with red thread: "Rowan tree
and red thread, put the witches to their speed."
One summer's day I sat beneath a rowan cloaked in the Softest of silk, leaves like fingers, birdsong on bough lingers.
The rowan tree
is used for protection and nurturing while its red berries are used to make jelly.
Her frightening two-day trek past the northern edge of the Dark Wood to the Rowan tree
to suspend the distress flag and wait for help must be undertaken alone.
"If you have an ornamental rowan tree
outside your home, chances are you will get them.
The rowan tree
, mountain ash and whitebeam, which all belong to the genus Sorbus, carry abundant crops of berries from autumn onwards and provide some fantastic autumn leaf colour as well.
scratch their behinds in the field, unless near to a rowan tree
When the Munro family--Mum, Dad, fourteen-year-old Maya and her brother Tom--take over an empty hotel, The Rowan Tree
, in a seemingly idyllic country village, they little know what dangers await them.
"We saw a rowan tree
filled with berries and were captivated by the tree's magical associations.
However, the days are getting longer and soon the rowan tree
buds will turn green and the daffodils in my border will pour balm on my troubled mind.
Red alert: Berries from a Rowan tree
frame a distant tree in Katherine's Wood, Lavender Hall Park, and (left) a list of what not to do!
One of Whyte's two winners was Aqua-Treasure, formerly known as Rowan Tree
when he was trained by Aidan O'Brien.