What are Hermione Granger's character flaws

Wand wood

Wand wood Well-known wands made from this wood Remarks maple
  • Mages with such a staff are considered globetrotters and explorers
  • Maple wands want to explore the world; if they cannot, they often become sluggish
  • the staff seeks challenges and gains in experience and personality with every assignment
  • is considered a status symbol, magicians with such a staff are supposedly privileged
acacia
  • is rarely used
  • very idiosyncratic and often does not do what the owner wants
  • Can produce wonderful magicians when used correctly and is intended for more than everyday magic
  • spirited
Apple
  • extremely rare
  • need owners with ideals and lofty goals, a solid personality
  • black magic is very difficult to do
  • looks for magicians with a gift for foreign languages
birch
  • Though Garrick Ollivander didn't use it himself, his associate at the Hogsmeade branch was known for selling birchwood wands.
  • Corresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from December 24th to January 20th [3].
beech
  • very unique in the selection and very individual
  • needs someone with a sense of honor
  • with the right owner, it can produce excellent results that make the wood superior to others
Ebonyivy
  • Although Garrick Ollivander did not use it himself, his associate at the Hogsmeade branch was known for selling ivy wands.
  • Corresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from September 30th to October 27th [3].
yewFurther information: yew treeOak
  • Corresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from June 10th to July 7th [3].
  • According to Pottermore, both English oak and red oak can be used as wand wood.
  • Merlin's wand - Rumor has it it was made from English oak
ElderCorresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from November 25th to December 23rd [3]. alderCorresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from March 18th to April 14th AshCorresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from February 18th to March 17th[3]aspenSpruceDogwoodhazelnutCorresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from August 5th to September 1st [3]chestnutcherry

Both Mary's and Neville's wands had the same wand wood and core.

larchlaurelmahoganypoplarPine treeplaneRosewoodRedwoodreed
  • Although Garrick Ollivander did not use it himself, his associate at the Hogsmeade branch was known for selling reed wands.
  • Corresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from October 28th to November 23rd [3].
BlackthornBlack walnutSilver linden tree

According to Pottermore, silver linden is an unusual and highly attractive wand wood, which is ideal for seers and those familiar with Legilimacy. It was all the rage in the nineteenth century when demand exceeded supply, and unscrupulous wandmakers stained inferior woods to trick buyers into thinking they had bought silver linden.

HollyCorresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from July 8th to August 4th [3]firelmThe wand is also part of a walking stick, in 1993, while leaving a meeting with Dumbledore, he pulled it from his cane. RowanberryCorresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from January 21st to February 17th walnut
  • Walnut is associated with some ancient European superstitions. In seventeenth-century Italy, a walnut tree in Benevento was believed to be a meeting place for witches.
  • According to Pottermore, both walnut and black walnut can be used as wand wood.
pastureCorresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from April 15th to May 12th [3]. grapevineCorresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from September 2nd to September 29th [3]. HornbeamHawthornCorresponds to one of the months of the Celtic calendar, from May 13th to June 9th. There is also an old popular belief in Great Britain and Ireland that removing the roots of hawthorn is unlucky. [5][3]. cedarcypress