Grandfather Tree

The nordic pagans had neither temples, nor priests. They worshipped their gods in the woods, trees, and rocks.

Found in many cultures from many ages around the world, the Green Man is often related to natural vegetative deities. It is primarily interpreted as a symbol of rebirth, representing the cycle of growth each spring. Some[1][2] speculate that the mythology of the Green Man developed independently in the traditions of separate ancient cultures and evolved into the wide variety of examples found throughout history.....

Have a look at this Green Man Garden Ornament Toad page from the Green Man Garden Ornaments department at Marble Inspiration

Autumn Green Man Woodface

The Green Man A wood carving on the sculpture trail at the Crich Tramway Village Derbyshire. This magnificent carving was created by the wood sculptor Andrew Frost

Amazing tree sculptures

Garden Sculpture in Bruno’s Art & Sculpture Garden, Marysville, Victoria, Australia. South American artist Bruno Torf's eclectic sculpture garden near Melbourne has over three hundred paintings and sculptures set amongst the trees.


Green Man Leaf Face with Lizard Mask Mythical home Garden Wall Decor Sculpture


Green Man Leaf Face with Lizard Mask Mythical home Garden Wall Decor Sculpture

Yule Green Man Plaque

the holly and the ivy green man dedicated to the legends and interaction of these two plants


The green man

“The bark of the elder makes whistles for the children To call to the deer as they rove over the snow, “I was born in the dark,” says the Green Man,” “I was born in the dark,” says he.


The HAWTHORN GREENMAN. Definitely my favourite Greenman - I carved this in about I used castings from some real hawthorn leaves I took from a tree in the village churchyard. There is also a painted version which worked quite well.