|Released||27 February 2002 (Update)|
|Examine||Strange spiky grass.|
|High alch||6 coins|
|Low alch||4 coins|
|Respawn time||30 ticks (18 seconds)|
|Exchange||347 coins (info)|
Snape grass is an item used in the making of prayer potions and fishing potions. It is also used when making a hangover cure, which is needed in the Plague City quest and the Skippy and the Mogres miniquest, and may be required in Fairytale I - Growing Pains.
According to the book Gielinor's flora - allotments, snape grass has a subtle fruity flavour and is often used in teas. When crushed, the leaves emit a fruit smell which can be used to repel some insects, but interestingly has been known to attract bees. In addition, the leaves change colour from green to red during changing autumn temperatures, but this does not occur in game.
Farming[edit | edit source]
Snape grass can be farmed at level 61 Farming in an allotment using snape grass seeds. They give 82 experience for planting and 82 per Snape grass harvested. Players can pay a gardener 5 jangerberries to protect their patches of snape grass. Alternatively, at level 58 Farming players can plant a White lily in the flower patch to protect the snape grass.
Products[edit | edit source]
Item sources[edit | edit source]
|Cave bug Level 6||6||1||1/128|
|Chaos druid warrior||37||1||1/128|
|Chasm Crawler||68||1||3 × 1/128|
|Eclectic impling jar||N/A||1||1/10|
|Eclectic impling||50; 60||1||1/10|
|Elder Chaos druid||129||4||1/129|
|Long-tailed Wyvern||152||10–15 (noted)||3/123|
|Salarin the twisted||70||1||1/128|
|Snape grass plant Grown||1||Always|
|Spitting Wyvern||139||10–15 (noted)||3/123|
|Taloned Wyvern||147||10–15 (noted)||3/123|
|Young impling jar||N/A||1||1/100|
|Young impling||22; 32||1||1/100|
Spawns[edit | edit source]
|Hosidius - north-eastern peninsula with hobgoblins||10||Maplink|
|Hobgoblin Peninsula west of the Crafting Guild||3||Maplink|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|12 August 2020
(update | poll)
Composting snape grass will now yield supercompost instead of normal compost.
|26 January –
27 June 2005
The item's examine was changed from "Strange spikey[sic] grass." to "Strange spiky grass."
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Snape grass appears to be based on some kind of psammophilic (sand-loving) beach grass such as Leymus arenarius or Ammophila, as snape grass is a spiky grass only found in the wild near coastlines.
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