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Vine (Féithleog) - card
  • Vine (Féithleog) - card
  • Vine (Féithleog) - card

Vine (Féithleog) - card


2 September - 29 September

The Vine (Féithleog in Irish) represents the 2nd September - 29th September. Although not a tree, the vine or bramble has a woody stem and so is part of the Tree lore calendar.
This time of the year, September, is when the bramble bears fruit. After Samhain, it was unlucky to eat off the blackberry as the Púca (a type of fairy, often in the form of an animal) would spit on it.
It is also the time of the Equinox when the light shines through the doorway at Cairn T on Sliabh na Caillí at Loughcrew and it was said that those of the Fairy world would begin to slip beneath the earth till Spring.
The Ogham (ancient Irish writing) for Vine is a diagonal downward stroke from left to right.

Illustration from an original by Margaret McKenna


Greetings Cards
Dimension (L x W x H) 148 x 105 x 2 Millimetre
Weight 25 Gram

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