Probably completely unidentifiable in this state, but I thought it might be interesting to note it hasn't started putting up new shoots yet.
Large bipinnately compound leaves; scattered thorns
Large shrub approx. 3 m tall. Trunk with prickles. Leaves bipinnately compound, leaves have turned yellowish brown, serrate, stems very thin with small hooked spines. No fruit or flowers present but residual pedicels in umbellate formation.
Compound leaves, twice pinnate, large infructescence. Bark covered irregularly with prickles.
Trunk of shrub covered in prickles, leafs pinnately compound with prickles, fruit a blue-black drupe on a pedicel
It is yellow and green
Araliaceae is a family of flowering plants, also known as the Aralia family (after its type genus Aralia) or ivy family. The family includes 254 species of trees, shrubs, lianas and perennial herbaceous plants in two subfamilies. Species usually bear pinnately or palmately compound leaves, and usually have small flowers produced in large panicles.