The counterpart to the real-world azalea shrub takes the form of a tree.
40 rowsSticks can be obtained as a “junk” item while fishing. Mob loot  Witches have a chance of dropping 0–6 sticks upon death. This is increased by 3 per level of Looting, for a chance of sticks. Block loot  Dead bushes have a chance to drop between 0–2 sticks when destroyed. Leaves have a chance to drop between sticks when shrubmulching.bar color: Common. It's a new change, yes; leaf blocks have a chance of dropping sticks, alongside the usual saplings and sometimes apples.
Sticks are not hard to make at all, and don't even need a workbench to craft. While it would make for a more logical game, it would require an overhaul of the current crafting and drop system to implement this. That being said, it wouldn't add much more depth to the game as it is. Dead bushes drop 0–2 sticks when broken without shears, or when the block below it is removed. When shears are used, a dead bush drops itself. In Legacy Console Edition, dead bushes always drop 1 stick.
Natural generation  Dead bushes generate on sand, red sand, podzol, dirt, coarse dirt and terracotta in deserts, badlands and giant tree shrubmulching.barnt: No. Jun 13, shrubmulching.bar pink_pariah. Level Journeyman Princess. 7. This datapack removes sticks from the loot tables of all leaves, makes jungle sapling drops more common, and makes dark oak trees more likely to drop apples than oak trees. Compatibility. Oaks are among the most common trees in the game. They have the smallest space requirements, and along with dark oak trees, they can drop an apple when a leaf block is destroyed.
In swamp biomes, a slightly larger variant of the regular oak tree with vines is generated, which can naturally generate in Missing: drop sticks.