Flower (patch)

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Flower patches are farming patches in which players can grow flowers. Most flower patches have a compost bin, a tool leprechaun, an allotment and a herb patch nearby; the Prifddinas flower patch does not have a herb patch nearby. There are flower patches south of Falador, north-west of Port Phasmatys, north of Catherby, in Hemenster (north of East Ardougne), south-west Hosidius, the Farming Guild, and Prifddinas.

Flowers are primarily used to protect crops from disease. A crop in an allotment patch will not be diseased as long as there are fully-grown flowers of the corresponding type in their adjacent flower patch.

Each patch requires one seed to begin growing that flower type.

Flower seeds[edit | edit source]

Level Seed Growth time[n 1] Experience Uses
Plant Harvest Total[n 2]
2 Marigold seed
4×5 mins 8.5 47 55.5
11 Rosemary seed
4×5 mins 12 66.5 78.5
24 Nasturtium seed
4×5 mins 19.5 111 130.5
25 Woad seed
Woad seed
4×5 mins 20.5 115.5 136
26 Limpwurt seed
4×5 mins 21.5 120 141.5
58 White lily seed
White lily
4×5 mins 42 250 292
  • Protects all neighboring allotments from disease
  1. ^ N×5 mins means the crop will grow a little and can be watered again for each 5 minutes. This happens N times until it is fully grown.
  2. ^ Most flowers yield 1 flower when picked, but woad leaves will yield 3 leaves and limpwurt roots will yield a minimum of 3 and up to 13 roots, depending on farming level.

The Scarecrow.png Scarecrow is the only thing which can be placed in the flower patch which isn't a seed. It requires level 23 farming and protects sweetcorn from disease.