The Ancient Symbolism of our Trees
Since time began, trees have gracefully and generously provided food, shelter and the air we breathe. Their strength, beauty and stillness symbolise the magic and wonder of life. In the ancient world of myths and folklore every tree has a deeply spiritual meaning; every tree has a story...
This tree is treasured for its beautiful, fragrant blossoms and in mythology symbolises good fortune and future happiness.
In celtic mythology the elder tree is powerful and sacred; it symbolises good health and prosperity.
One of the most sacred trees in Celtic mythology, the Oak is an ancient symbol of truth, courage and wisdom.
In Celtic mythology this sacred tree symbolises love and protection. It is so magical, fairies live under the Hawthorn tree to guard it.
The Apple is also known as ‘The Tree of Love’ and in Celtic mythology symbolises good health and future happiness.
Since Ancient times the Truffle has been treasured for its intense, aromatic flavours. The Hazel tree under which it grows symbolises wisdom, faith and inspiration.
Since ancient times this has been known as 'The Tree of Life' and symbolises wisdom and protection. A sacred tree in Celtic mythology that protects the dwelling by with it grows.
In Celtic Mythology this sacred tree symbolises new beginnings, protection and good fortune.
This gorgeous tree is loved for its scented blossoms and since ancient times has symbolised love and devotion.
This evergreen tree is highly sacred in Celtic mythology and symbolises peace and goodwill.
In ancient times this beautiful fruit tree symbolised good health and a long, happy life.
This long-lived tree symbolises peace and friendship in ancient mythology.
This gorgeous tree in ancient mythology symbolises peace and serenity.
This entwined pair of Pear trees will grow together, forever and symbolises good health and happiness.
In ancient mythology the Arbutus tree is magical and symbolises gratitude and good fortune.
This gorgeous, aromatic tree is sacred in ancient mythology and symbolises love, harmony and joy.
In Ancient mythology the Grapevine symbolises faith, kindness and generosity.