Devil's Walking Stick
Also known as
Hercules' Club, Prickly Ash, American Angelica-Tree, Angelicatree
Devil's Walking Stick Overview
This is an unusual small tree or shrub with impressive panicles of white, lemon-scented, foamy flowers and bi-pinnate leaves which turn yellow and orange shades in the autumn. The branches, petioles and leaf midribs have spines.
How to propagate Devil's Walking Stick
Propagation is mostly by seed in the autumn.
Suckers or root cuttings in late winter.
Special features of Devil's Walking Stick
Other uses of Devil's Walking Stick
Foliage and flowers, autumn interest.