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Hawthorn belongs to the fairies and according to Irish folklore it is bad luck to damage these solitary trees. They flower in May and are associated with optimism, springtime and letting go of insecurities.

This is one of a series of tree cards, originally printed on linen, by Gail Kelly

Single Card £1.60
Picture of Hawthorn

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