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Spiky Prickly Plants are bushes that have thorns. The normal variety are big and green with big yellow thorns growing out of them. They shoot these spikes whenever they feel threatened, such as when a Human gets too close. To get rid of them, it is recommended one use the Severing Charm in order to cut their stems. These plants are covered in second year Herbology classes at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. However wild Spiky Prickly Plants have thin stems, somewhat green with brown thorns growing out. These cannot shoot spikes, but one should still not approach them.
Behind the scenes
- Given the similarity between the two plants, Spiky Bushes and normal Spiky Prickly Plants may be related.
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (video game)
Notes and references
|Professors: Herbert Beery · Pomona Sprout · Neville Longbottom|
|Textbooks: Flesh-Eating Trees of the World · Goshawk's Guide to Herbology · Magical Water Plants of the Mediterranean · One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi · Winogrand's Wonderous Water Plants|
|Hogwarts class: Herbology Award · Herbology Lesson Cup · Herbology Race Cup · Herbology Store|
|Hogwarts greenhouses: One · Two · Three · Four · Five · Six · Seven · Professor's Office|
|Herbologists: Herbert Beery · Miranda Goshawk · Elladora Ketteridge · Beaumont Marjoribanks · Nepali wizard · Phyllida Spore · Tilden Toots · Hadrian Whittle · Sir Winogrand · Selina Sapworthy|
|Plants Studied: Bouncing Bulb · Bubotuber · Devil's Snare · Fire Seed Bush · Mandrake · Mimbulus Mimbletonia · Puffapod · Screechsnap · Self-fertilising shrub · Snargaluff · Spiky Bush · Spiky Prickly Plant · Umbrella Flower · Venomous Tentacula · Walking plant · Whomping Willow · Wild rice|