Nature is beautiful, if not a little deadly, and the Hogwarts Legacy plants show just how true that statement is, though thanks to mandrakes, it’s also terribly screechy. Plants are a vital ingredient in the world of magic, as they’re frequent ingredients in a range of potions. Luckily, you can find them all over the place, and we’re here to tell you what ones are available.
To learn more about what Hogwarts Legacy potions you can brew, make sure you check out our guide. We also have plenty of other information to share through our Hogwarts Legacy houses, Hogwarts Legacy Dark Arts, Hogwarts Legacy Alohomora, Hogwarts Legacy spells, Hogwarts Legacy classes, and Hogwarts Legacy companions content.
Anyway, here’s what you need to know about Hogwarts Legacy plants.
What are Hogwarts Legacy plants?
Hogwarts Legacy plants are a crucial resource in the wizarding world, so you’d do well to remember to pick them up whenever you pass them on your travels.
What do I use Hogwarts Legacy plants for?
Besides being vital ingredients for most potions, you actually need to pick up some plants in order to upgrade your gear, and finish certain quests. You can even use some species in combat, like the loud Mandrakes!
Can I grow Hogwarts Legacy plants?
Fortunately, you can! Herbology lessons will have you growing some plants for the story, but the Room of Requirement can be your own personal growing station.
You’ll need to buy a potting table from the Tomes and Scrolls shop in Hogsmeade, which you can then summon into the Room of Requirement, and use to plant all different kinds of seeds.
Plants will take a few real-time minutes to grow, so take care of other errands and check back in around ten to 20 minutes. Your crops should now be ready to harvest!
Where can I get Hogwarts Legacy seeds?
Most seeds can be purchased from The Magic Neep or Deathcap and Dogweed in Hogsmeade. Here is where to get all the seeds, and how much they cost:
|Mallowsweet||The Magic Neep||200|
|Fluxweed||The Magic Neep||350|
|Knotgrass||The Magic Neep||350|
|Shrivelfig||The Magic Neep||450|
|Venomous Tentacula||Dogweed and Deathcap||1,050|
|Mandrake||Dogweed and Deathcap||800|
|Chinese Chomping Cabbage||Dogweed and Deathcap||600|
All of the Hogwarts Legacy plants.
Here’s a list of all the Hogwarts Legacy plants we know about.
- Dittany – an essential ingredient for healing potions.
- Shrivelfigs – a flower that you can use in an attempt to reverse curses.
- Mandrakes – you can use a seedling mandrake to knock your enemies out with their piercing screech.
- Fluxweed – a simple ingredient often used in Focus Potions.
- Knotgrass – sprigs of this herb are used in the Invisibility potion.
- Mallowsweet – Mallowsweet is needed to complete certain puzzles in the Merlin Trials.
- Venomous Tentacula – this is a potion ingredient, one you ought to watch your fingers with, but can be used in battle because of its damaging spines.
- Chinese Chomping Cabbage – these can essentially be used as throwable weapons, as they will bite enemies.
There you have it, everything you need to know about Hogwarts Legacy potions. However, we’ll update this guide with more information, including new plants, uses, and where to find them, as soon as the game releases. In the meantime, you can secure your copy with our Hogwarts Legacy pre-order guide.
Hogwarts Legacy has drawn considerable criticism during its development, largely due to the fact that the creator of the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling, has made a number of transphobic remarks on social media in recent years.
While Avalanche has confirmed that J.K. Rowling is not “directly involved” in the development of Hogwarts Legacy, it is working with “her team” and Portkey Games, a Warner Bros. label dedicated to launching new experiences inspired by J.K. Rowling’s original stories. It is currently unclear whether she will earn any royalties from the game’s sale, but it is likely given it is based on her original body of work.