Celtic tree calendar
Symbolism: The ash is related to the strength of water. It is regarded as a talisman against the drownings and also against the snakes. Each cultures associates it to famous gods, such as Poséidon or Odin. For the Celts, the ash tree is linked to Gwyddion, for whom it breaks the ground and calls for the fertilizing rains. Indeed, this third month is, in celtic lands, the month of the floods.
Description: Folding greetings card, printed on one side, dimension 10,5x14,5cm (dimension when open 21x14,5cm) on a paper 160g, PEFC certified. Sold under a protective blister, with its white fabric-like enveloppe, and an explicative file. Made in France. Design also available as a matted print on this website.