I have read a lot of Celtic folklore that talks about the
Rowan tree as a magical tree - especially in warding off the
I have also heard this tree is also known as either the
Mountain Ash or the Mountain Laurel, and I am hoping to
get clarification as to specifically what the Celts consider
a Rowan tree.
The common name would be appreciated, and if I could get
the Latin horticultural name, that would be ideal.
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