February halfway between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox this month is associated with Brighid, the Celtic goddess of hearth and home. Honoured on February 1st, at Imbolc, Brighid is a fire goddess who offers protection to mothers and families.
Celtic Tree Calendar
21st January - 17th February is Rowan tree Month. Rowan people are idealistic, progressive thinkers with strong humanitarian and spiritual principles. They thrive on change, becoming impatient with convention or restriction, artistic and original; they can appear detached and aloof. Rowans need an outlet for their powerful imagination or they can become restless and quarrelsome.
The Dragon symbolizes inspiration and imagination.
This is a good time of year to perform initiations (or, if you're not part of a group, do a self-dedication). The Rowan is associated with astral travel, personal power, and success. A charm carved into a bit of a Rowan twig will protect the wearer from harm. The Norsemen were known to have used Rowan branches as rune staves of protection. In some countries, Rowan is planted in graveyards to prevent the dead from lingering around too long.