Description: NAME: Devil's Walkingstick OTHER COMMON NAMES: Hercules Club / Angelica Tree / Prickly Ash / Prickly Elder SCIENTIFIC NAME: Aralia Spinosa COLOR: White Flowers / Black Berries PLANT SEEDS: Fall sow seeds or cold stratify BLOOM TIME: Flowers July - Aug HARVEST: Ornamental Fall Berries HARDINESS ZONE: 4 - 9 PLANT HEIGHT: 12 - 20' PLANT SPACING: 12 - 15' LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average QUANTITY: 25 Seeds OTHER: Devil's Walkingstick is a shrub native to North America. It is a great ornamental despite the fact that it has spines, & it will provide year round interest. In summer, bees & butterflies will flock to the nectar of the big showy 2Â' long white flowers clusters. The flowers top the purple stalks, blooming over top of large tropical looking leaves that can measure up to 3 - 4' long. The spines are orange, & purplish-black fall berries tip the then pink stalks in fall & attract birds. It even has yellow to purple fall foliage to complete the show!
In summer, bees & butterflies will flock to the nectar
easy to growth