One of the biggest stories or lore associated with Rosslyn Chapel in Edinburgh, Scotland is the Apprentices Pillar or Column. The Pillars is a fine piece of art that displays a twisted profile and vine carvings among others.
Solomonic Column: spirally fluted or shaped column, commonly believed to derive from Solomon’s Temple. First in use in about 1300 in Italy, for example on the façade of Orvieto Cathedral, Bernini …often includes vine like designs with other vegetation.
This fits both the notion that Rosslyn is referencing Solomon’s Temple and the mythology of the ‘Green Man’ who is represented at the chapel as well.