Prickly Ash is a North American tree used as a wand wood by James Steward to make a wand for his adopted son Chadwick Boot when he turned eleven.
The Prickly Ash or Aralia spinosa is a tree native to eastern North America. The tree has dangerously sharp thorns on the trunk and branches, leading to the folk names "Devil's Walking Stick" and "Hercule's Club." The Iroquois tribe valued the rare tree for its fruit.
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