Osrs Dwarf Weed Seed

Dwarf weed seeds can be planted in a herb patch in order to produce grimy dwarf weeds. This requires a Farming level of 79. A nearby gardener will not watch over your growing dwarf weed. Dwarf weed seeds can be obtained as a monster drop, by pickpocketing Master Farmers or bought from the… Dwarf weed seeds can be planted in a herb patch with level 79 Farming in order to produce grimy dwarf weeds. A nearby gardener will not watch over your growing dwarf weed. Planting dwarf weed seeds is very profitable; therefore, players are advised to use ultracompost (or the enhanced Fertile… Farming is a skill released on July 11, 2005. With farming, you can grow fruits, trees, flowers, food, and even herbs.

Dwarf weed seed

Dwarf weed seeds can be planted in a herb patch in order to produce grimy dwarf weeds. This requires a Farming level of 79.

A nearby gardener will not watch over your growing dwarf weed.

Dwarf weed seeds can be obtained as a monster drop, by pickpocketing Master Farmers or bought from the Vinesweeper minigame for 9000 points each.

Planting dwarf weed seeds are very profitable, so therefore players are advised to make sure that the herb does not die. Supercompost (or Fertile Soil spell) is strongly recommended, as this is the best way of preventing your herbs from getting disease. Or better yet, if you have completed My Arm’s Big Adventure, plant it in the disease-free herb patch on top of the Troll Stronghold, to ensure that your dwarf weed doesn’t die. Even if you plant it there however, you should still use supercompost to increase your yield and profit.

The following table shows the profit yield, assuming all the herbs and seeds are purchased/sold at the Grand Exchange, for the guide price. If the herb dies, you will lose −822 coins.

Dwarf weed seed

Dwarf weed seeds can be planted in a herb patch with level 79 Farming in order to produce grimy dwarf weeds.

A nearby gardener will not watch over your growing dwarf weed.

Planting dwarf weed seeds is very profitable; therefore, players are advised to use ultracompost (or the enhanced Fertile Soil spell) as this lowers the chance of your herbs becoming diseased.

Farming info

Dwarf weed seed
Farming level 79
Patch Herb
Seeds per 1 seed
Payment N/A
Time 80 min (4×20 min)
Crop Grimy dwarf weed
448
Experience
Planting 170.5
Harvesting 192

Methods of obtaining

  • Rare loot from pickpocketingMaster Farmers.
  • Killing monsters throughout RuneScape.
  • Loot from certain implings. supply crates

Dropping monsters

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
Kree’arra 580 3 2; Common
Aberrant spectre 96 1 3; Uncommon
Nechryael 115 1–2 3; Uncommon
Tortured soul 76 1 4; Rare
Mogre 78 1 4; Rare
Turoth 83;85;87;89 1 4; Rare
Ogre 96 1 4; Rare
Mountain troll 106 1 4; Rare
Cave horror 110 1 4; Rare
Dagannoth 112 1 4; Rare
Earth warrior 112 1 4; Rare
Kurask 112 1 4; Rare
Elf warrior 120 1 4; Rare
Deviant spectre 169 1 4; Rare
Zulrah 725 2 4; Rare (1/128)
Moss giant 40;74;88 1 5; Very rare

Guam Marrentill Tarromin Harralander Gout tuber Ranarr Toadflax Irit Avantoe Kwuarm Snapdragon Cadantine Lantadyme Dwarf weed Torstol

Osrs Dwarf Weed Seed

Farming is a members-only skill that allows you to grow and harvest a wide variety of plants and crops for use in various skills such as Cooking and Herblore. Free-to-play players can level Farming to level 5 by planting and harvesting Potatoes and Onions.

Table of Contents

So you want to be a master farmer, eh? Well you can be on your way to being one of the best farmers once you know the basics behind the Farming skill!

Farming Shop Locations

First off you need to learn about the Farming shops located in multiple areas around Gielinor. Click the map images below to view a larger section of the surrounding area.

City Merchant Map City Merchant Map
Ardougne (East) Richard Catherby Vanessa
Draynor Village Olivia* Falador Sarah
Port Phasmatys Alice Prifddinas Coeden
Taverley Head Farmer Jones

*You must have not stolen from her stalls or pickpockted a Master farmer for 15 minutes to be able to trade with her to buy/sell seeds.

Now that you know where to get the basic necessities, it is time to learn each tool’s function. Many tools can now be stored on your toolbelt for automatic use at need and added inventory space.

Tool Description Cost/Found Toolbelt?
Rake Used for weeding your garden. 6 Coins Yes
Seed dibber Used for planting seeds. 6 Coins Yes
Secateurs Can be used to cut off diseased leaves on trees and bushes. 5 Coins Yes
Magic secateurs Can be used to cut off diseased leaves on trees and bushes; Grants increased harvest from Allotments, Herbs, and Hops. Partial completion of A Fairy Tale I – Growing Pains Yes
Watering can Used to water your plants; must be refilled after 8 doses. 8 Coins No
Magic watering can Used to water your plants; never needs to be refilled. Completion of A Fairy Tale III – Battle at Ork’s Rift Yes
Spade Used to harvest your plants or dig up dead plants. 3 Coins Yes
Gardening trowel Used to transfer a patch of soil to a plant pot. 12 Coins Yes
Empty sack Used to carry 10 vegetables. Can purchase Empty sack pack for 50 Coins and contains 50 noted Empty sack. 1 Coin No
Basket Used to carry 5 fruits. Can purchase Basket pack for 50 Coins and contains 50 noted Basket. 1 Coin No
Plant pot Used to begin growing a tree from a seed to a sapling. 1 Coin No
Plant cure Used to cure a plants disease. 40 Coins No
Bucket Used to hold water and compost. 2 Coins No
Compost Used to fertilize your soil. 20 Coins No
Supercompost Used to fertilize your soil. Player made No
Ultracompost Used to fertilize your soil. Player made No

Several other useful tools for Farming include:

    – Allows you to assign it to a farming patch by “using” it with the patch. When worn, it will ‘hum’ and let you know once your patch has become fully grown, diseased, or dead. If you wear the amulet while harvesting your allotments, you will also receive a greater yield of crops. Please note that this effect does not stack with Magic secateurs. You can only have one Amulet of Nature at a time and it can only be assigned to one patch at any time.

– A slightly less powerful version of the Amulet of Nature. It can only be bound to one allotment or flower patch of your choice. Just like the Amulet of Nature, it will ‘hum’ to let you know if your patch has fully grown, diseased, or dead. You can purchase this from any farming shop for a small fee of 200 Coins. Please be aware that anytime you rub the amulet to check the status of your plants, it will use up one charge. The Amulet of Farming has a maximum of 8 charges and once they are used up, the amulet will disintegrate.

– Costs 10k Dungeoneering tokens and requires 25 Dungeoneering/Farming to use it. Once used, you gain a permanent effect that when you clear any farming patches, you have a 10% chance of receiving a random seed back and a 5% chance of getting a random tree seed back from a dead tree.

– An amulet worn to provide you with a chance of saving seeds when planting in an Allotment patch.

    – Allows you to potentially double your harvest for Cacti, Fruit trees, Berries, and Cave nightshade. Note that experience will not be increased.

– Gives you an extra mushroom patch, South West of the Tirannwn. It also allows you to teleport there and to Lletya an unlimited number of times.

    – The mushroom patch will never became diseased. Does not need to be worn for effect.

– There are 6 different skill outfits that can be obtained. Equiping all 5 pieces of any one set will enable you to obtain 6% more experience when Farming (1% per piece and an extra 1% set bonus). Of these sets, the best one is the Master farmer outfit which is created by combining the Animal, Crop, and Tree farmer outfits. This set also provides several perks on top of the experience.

– Consumed to provide you with additional produce harvested. Experience will not be gained with additional items.

– Used to revive a dead farming patch (excluding trees).

– Used on an herb patch to guarantee the crop will not become diseased or die.

– Used to instantly harvest and note any patch, excluding the potato patch in Taverley.

– Can be charged with the Remote Farm and/or Fertile soil spells to help save inventory space.

While not a tool, it is worth noting that after completion of A Fairy Tale III – Battle at Ork’s Rift, you can talk to any farmer across Gielinor to turn on/off the ability of your patches to always be weeded. This is a great ability to have because it disposes of the need to carry a Rake around while farming and reduces the time spent farming in general.

There are several possible methods used to obtain seeds. The best method to use is whichever one you prefer, however, it is best to keep in mind that some methods (ie using Bird nest) may take more time than others.

  1. Kill Monsters*
  2. Harvest items (Cabbage, Potato, Onion, etc) from farms and you will occasionally get a seed. Harvesting planted Arc berries will ALWAYS provide you with seeds, however, only for the type of berry harvested unless you are crossbreeding 2 different seeds.
  3. Opening a Bird nest, often obtained via Woodcutting or from Kingdom of Miscellania. Odds to obtain are increased with use of Woodcutting cape and (Superior) Log-splitting scrimshaw.
  4. Run favors for the Wise Old Man in Draynor Village.
  5. Play Vinesweeper. See Vinesweeper section for more information.
  6. Purchase from the Grand Exchange
    • Seed stalls at Draynor Village – Level 27
    • Master Farmers – Level 38 (Avoid Martin the Master Gardener as he requires two clicks per pickpocket.)
    • Gnomes – Level 75
    • Elves – Level 85
    • Dwarf trader – Level 90 Elves – Level 91

* Keep in mind that specific monsters drop specific seeds. Be sure to check the item page for the type of seed you want to obtain for a list of what monsters drop it.

There are 2 ways to plant seeds depending upon what type of seed you are growing.

    Click on the patch you wish to Farm in to start clearing it of Weeds.
    Tip: Save the Weeds you get to help make your own compost.

    Obtain a Plant pot by either purchasing one from a Farming Shop or by using a Plant pot (empty) on an empty (weeded) farming patch; a Gardening trowel must either be carried or on your toolbelt to fill it with soil.

Throughout Gielinor there are many Farming patches wherein your seeds can be planted. Some patches come in groups such as the case with many Allotment, Flower, and Herb patches. Others are single patches long distances from others, such as with some of the Special Seeds.

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For patch type specific map locations, please see our Farming Patches Map.

In addition to simply tossing your seeds into a patch, there are several features which can enhance your Farming abilities. Some of these perks are 1 time use while others have longer lasting effects.

The first perk we will discuss is protection. While you do not HAVE to water your plants, not doing so makes them more prone to catch diseases and die unless you cure them. Curing plants can be done with either a Cure potion or by casting the Cure Plant spell while they are diseased. Once your plant dies, it can only be revived by using a Miraculous treatment or use of the Farmer’s Catalyst fragment (for dead herb patches only) to obtain Shadow-infused herbs. There are three ways you can avoid disease:

  1. Stand around and water the plants when required.
  2. Plant specific items/plants near by. a local gardener to look over your crops.

Since standing around watching your plants grow is not an effective farming method and healing them takes resources, it is generally best to protect your plants instead. This can be done by planting one of the following items in a nearby Flower patch to prevent them from becoming diseased in the first place.

Do NOT pick the flower when it has fully grown. You will need to leave it in the patch for the effect to work.

Item Level to Plant Protects
Marigold 2 Potato, Tomato, and Onion
Rosemary 11 Cabbage
Scarecrow 23 Sweetcorn
Nasturtium 24 Watermelon
White lily 52 All neighboring fruit/vegetables

As a general rule, ALWAYS use some version of compost. This is because all composts decrease the chance that your crop will become diseased, increase your harvest, and provide a small amount of experience when used – the extent to which your compost will do each of these things varies depending on its tier. In addition to these features, using Ultracompost when you have either the tier 1 or tier 2 “Dragon Ultra Combo” totem perk active provides a 1/1,000 or 1/750 chance, respectively, to obtain a Starved ancient effigy.

The general how to process for all 3 of the Compost types are identical, the only differance is the items used in the creation of your compost. Note that if you fill the compost bin up with only Tomatoes, it will make Rotten tomatoes, not compost. If you wish to use Tomatoes, use some Weeds or something else as well.

To make compost.

    Take the items you wish to compost to your desired compost bin. You will need 15 items in total; these items will vary depending on if you are making Regular, Super, or Ultra compost. Compost bins can be found near most Allotment patches, see our Farming Patches Map for a list of locations.

As 15 items are placed in the compost bin to decay, you will be able to withdraw 15 buckets worth of compost. Note that having the tier 1 or tier 2 “Bully for You” totem perk active will give you a 1/5 or 1/3 chance, respectively, to not deplete your compost bin when collecting buckets. This means that it is possible to collect more than 15. Once collected, the buckets of compost can be stored with a Tool leprechaun, banked, used, or sold as desired.

The sections below detail the items that are used to create each type of compost. Keep in mind that failure to use items from the correct categoty will result in a different type of compost. For example, using 14 Pineapple and 1 Weeds will not make Supercompost, it will create Compost. Note that if you attempt to use an improper item for the compost you are currently creating, you will receive a warning before the item is added to the bin. If you are ever not sure what type of compost an item will make, you can use it on the nearby farmer to find out.

Regular Compost is the lowest tier compost that can be created. Failure to use the proper ingredients for either of the other types of compost will result in creation of this compost. Collecting Compost from a compost bin will earn you 4.5 experience and using it on a farming plot will earn 18 experience. Items that will create Compost include:

Supercompost is the second tier compost that can be created. Failure to use the proper ingredients for this item will result in creation of Compost. Collecting Supercompost from a compost bin will earn you 8.5 experience and using it on a farming plot will earn 26 experience. Items that will create Supercompost include:

Alternatively, one can create a bin of regular Compost and turn it into Supercompost by using a dose of Compost potion on it.

Of the ingredients listed above, Pineapples are by far the easiest to obtain in large quantities.

  • You can purchase up to 40 from Arhein per day at 2 Coins each.
  • Once you have completed the Easy Karamja Achievements, you can collect 40 noted Pineapples from Dell Monti daily.
  • You can use the Fruitfall scroll in conjunction with a Fruit bat to spawn several types of fruit, including Pineapples.
  • There are also several Pineapple plants near the Karamjalodestone; each plant produces 5 Pineapples before becoming depleted.

Ultracompost is the highest tier compost that can be created. Failure to use the proper ingredients for this item will result in creation of Compost. Collecting Ultracompost from a compost bin will earn you 12.5 experience and using it on a farming plot will earn 34 experience. Unlike the other types of compost, Ultracompost can only be made with 1 ingredient: Dragon manure.

As use of Compost only decreases the chance of your crops becoming diseased, some crops require more drastic measures to completely prevent disease. This can be accomplished by hiring a local gardener to watch over your crops, but they won’t do this for free. Each type of crop requires a different payment for its care – this price will be the same for all farmers. To quickly discover what they want to watch your crops, you can Right click your growing plants and “Inspect” them or you can reference the tables below.

Note: Payments can be noted!

Please see the Allotments section for more information about growing these crops.

Crop Payment Crop Payment
Potato seed 2 Buckets of Compost Onion seed 1 Sack of Potatoes
Cabbage seed 1 Sack of Onions Tomato seed 2 Sacks of Cabbage
Sweetcorn seed 10 Jute fibres Strawberry seed 1 Basket of Apples
Watermelon seed 10 Curry leaves Snape grass seed 15 Dwellberries
Sunchoke seed 15 Yanillian hops Fly trap seed 15 Cadava berries

Please see the Bushes section for more information about growing these crops.

Crop Payment Crop Payment
Redberry seed 4 Sacks of cabbage Cadavaberry seed 3 Baskets of Tomatoes
Dwellberry seed 3 Baskets of Strawberries Jangerberry seed 6 Watermelons
Whiteberry seed 8 Bittercap mushrooms Barberry seed 15 Hammerstone hops
Avocado seed 6 Chocolatey milk Mango seed 3 Avocado
Lychee seed 4 Ciku

Please see the Cacti section for more information about growing these crops.

Crop Payment Crop Payment
Cactus seed 6 Cadava berries Prickly pear seed 15 Jangerberries
Potato cactus seed 10 Watermelon Dragonfruit seed 8 Potato cactus
Golden dragonfruit seed 3 Guarana

Fruit Tree Patches

Please see the Fruit tree section for more information about growing these crops.

Crop Payment Crop Payment
Apple sapling 9 Sweetcorn Banana sapling 4 Baskets of Apples
Orange sapling 3 Baskets of Strawberries Curry sapling 5 Baskets of Bananas
Pineapple sapling 10 Watermelons Papaya sapling 10 Pineapples
Palm sapling 15 Papayas Ciku sapling 6 Zygomite fruit
Guarana sapling 11 Tombshroom Carambola sapling 9 Dragonfruit
Calquat sapling 8 Poison ivy berries*

* Requires completion of Jungle Potion

Please see the Hops section for more information about growing these crops.

Crop Payment Crop Payment
Barley seed 3 Buckets of Compost Hammerstone seed 1 Marigold
Asgarnian seed 1 Sack of Onions Jute seed 6 Barley malt
Yanillian seed 1 Basket of Tomatoes Krandorian seed 3 Sacks of Cabbage
Wildblood seed 1 Nasturtium Reed seed 15 Asgarnian hops
Grapevine seed 15 Krandorian hops

Please see the Tree section for more information about growing these crops.

Crop Payment Crop Payment
Oak sapling 1 Basket of Tomatoes Willow sapling 1 Basket of Apples
Maple sapling 1 Basket of Oranges Yew sapling 10 Cactus spines
Magic sapling 25 Coconuts Elder sapling 25 Morchella mushrooms

Please see the Special section for more information about growing these crops.

Crop Payment Crop Payment
Spirit sapling 5 Monkey Nuts, 1 Monkey Bar, and 1 Ground Suqah tooth Jade vine seed 10 Wildblood hops

Herblore Habitat Patches

Please see the Herblore Habitat Seeds section for more information about growing these crops.

Crop Payment Crop Payment
Lergberry seed 3 Red vine blossom Kalferberry seed 3 Lergberries
Erzille seed 3 Green vine blossom Argway seed 4 Red vine blossom
Ugune seed 3 Blue vine blossom Shengo seed 5 Lergberries
Samaden seed 5 Kalferberries

Tool leprechauns are like gardeners in that they can be found by many different patches. Unlike gardeners though, Tool leprechauns provide several functions. These include:

  • Teleporting you to Vinesweeper
  • Noting produce for you
  • Storing various Farming tools
  • Treating patches with compost

It is possible to get transportation to Vinesweeper from any Tool leprechaun (excluding the one on Harmony Island) simply by Right clicking them and choosing the “teleport” option. Using the portal at Vinesweeper to leave will return you to the patch you were at before. For a brief description of the activity, see the Vinesweeper section below and for more details see the Vinesweeper guide itself.

As mentioned above, Tool leprechauns can note your harvested produce. This can be done easily, and at no charge, by using the item on them. Be aware that they will not note your logs (seems to be some discrepancy if you grew them or not), nor will they note Cave nightshade, and the Tool leprechaun at the farm between Port Sarim and Falador will not note Cabbage.

To store your tools, you can Left click the Tool leprechaun or Right click them and choose “Exchange” to open the storage interface.

Once opened, you can simply Left click on the item you wish to store/remove or you can Right click to select how many you wish to exchange and if you want withdrawn items to be noted. Be aware that Tool leprechauns can only store certain Farming tools. In addition to this, items that have a magic variant (Magic secateurs & Magic watering can) will only allow you to store either that variant OR the normal one, Secateurs & Watering can respectively.

Note that storage is universal across all Tool leprechauns, you do not need to store items with each individual one. For their locations, please see the Tool leprechaun page. Items that can be stored with them include:

Tools Supplies
Item Maximum Item Maximum
Rake 1 Empty bucket 255
Seed dibber 1 Compost 255
Spade 1 Supercompost 2,000
Gardening trowel 1 Ultracompost 2,000
(Magic) Secateurs* 1 Plant cure 255
(Magic) Watering can* 1 Scarecrow 5
Plank 255
Miraculous treatment 2,000
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Since the addition of the toolbelt, it is no longer necessary to store your tools with a Tool leprechaun as those items can now be added to your toolbelt. Despite this fact, it is still suggested to store a set of tools here incase you encounter a situation where a toolbelted item will not work. This will allow you to save several spaces in your bank and make it so you will not need to purchase these items whenever you need them.

For a fee, Tool leprechauns can automatically add compost to your weeded patches. In order for this to work, you must preemptively pay them for this service and have the appropriate type of compost stored with them; you can pay for up to 60,000 treatments. Costs are as follows:

Compost Used Coins Per Use
Compost 500
Supercompost 1,500
Ultracompost 2,500

You will be notified when the last bucket of compost has been used. Note that the Empty bucket will be distroyed.

Seeds are what you plant in patches to train the Farming skill. There are 12 of types of seeds. They are:

The sections below give the basic information about the seeds within each category. For more information about any given seed or its produce, please see the item entry.

Allotment seeds can be planted within Allotment patches only. In order to grow these plants, you will need 3 of any given seed to be planted within the patch. Once harvested, the patch will be clear and you will need to plant another batch of seeds.

Note that Megavegetation can only be harvested if you consume a dose of Harvest potion prior to harvesting them. The experiences for planting and harvesting will remain the same when Megavegetation is harvested instead of normal. The only difference is the produce collected.

200 min
(3 hr 20 min)

Bush seeds can be planted within Bush patches only. In order to grow these plants, you will need 1 of any given seed to be planted within the patch. If left alone after being harvested, bushes (excluding Barberry) will regrow their produce.

Level Required Seed Produce Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Checking Harvesting
10 Redberry seed Redberries 11.5 64 4.5 100 min
(1 hr 40 min)
22 Cadavaberry seed Cadava berries 18 102.5 7 120 min
(2 hr)
36 Dwellberry seed Dwellberries 31.5 177.5 12 140 min
(2 hr 20 min)
48 Jangerberry seed Jangerberries 50.5 284.5 19 160 min
(2 hr 40 min)
59 Whiteberry seed White berries 78 437.5 29 160 min
(2 hr 40 min)
70 Poison ivy seed Poison ivy berries 120 675 45 160 min
(2 hr 40 min)
77 Barberry seed Agility expeirence 175 1,600 50 200 min
(3 hr 20 Min)
99 Avocado seed Avocado 450 3,957.4 385.1 400 min
(6 hr 40 Min)
105 Mango seed Mango 540 4,774.2 447.8 400 min
(6 hr 40 Min)
111 Lychee seed Lychee 720 7,049.7 601.4 400 min
(6 hr 40 Min)

Cactus seeds can be planted within Cactus patches only. In order to grow these plants, you will need 1 of any given seed to be planted within the patch. If left alone after being harvested, cacti (excluding Prickly pear) will regrow their produce.

Level Required Seed Produce Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Checking Harvesting
55 Cactus seed Cactus spine 66.5 374 25 560 min
(9 hr 20 min)
76 Prickly pear seed Defence experience 170 2,250 50 560 min
(9 Hr 20 min)
86 Potato cactus seed Potato cactus 205 2,700 93 560 min
(9 Hr 20 min)
95 Dragonfruit seed Dragonfruit 400 5,888.7 259.4 560 min
(9 Hr 20 min)
116 Golden dragonfruit seed Golden dragonfruit 920 19,401.1 2,719.6 560 min
(9 Hr 20 min)

Flower seeds can be planted within Flower patches only. In order to grow these plants, you will need 1 of any given seed to be planted within the patch. Once harvested, the patch will be clear and you will need to plant another batch of seeds.

Flowers provide Protection for some of their neighboring plants. See the section on Protection for which flowers protect which crops. Remember that the flowers must remain grown within their plot to protect the other plants.

Level Required Seed Produce Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Harvesting
2 Marigold seed Marigolds 8.5 47 20 min
11 Rosemary seed Rosemary 12 66.5 20 min
24 Nasturtium seed Nasturtiums 19.5 111 20 min
25 Woad seed Woad leaf* 20.5 115.5 20 min
26 Limpwurt seed Limpwurt root* 21.5 120 20 min
52 White lily seed Ashes 70 250 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
88 Butterfly flower seed Ruby harvest* 210 280 20 min

*3 produce are harvested instead of the typical 1 produce for Flowers.

Fruit Tree Seeds

Fruit tree seeds can be planted within Fruit tree patches only. In order to grow these plants, you will need 1 of any given seed to be planted within a Plant pot to create a seedling (Exp: 1), then watered to become a sapling (Exp: 1), and finally to be planted within the patch. If left alone after being harvested, fruit trees will regrow their produce.

Level Required Seed Sapling Produce Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Checking Harvesting
27 Apple tree seed Apple sapling Cooking apple 22 1,199.5 8.5 960 min
(16 hr)
33 Banana tree seed Banana sapling Banana 28 1,750.5 10.5 960 min
(16 hr)
39 Orange tree seed Orange sapling Orange 35.5 2,470.2 13.5 960 min
(16 hr)
42 Curry tree seed Curry sapling Curry leaf 40 2,906.9 15 960 min
(16 hr)
51 Pineapple tree seed Pineapple sapling Pineapple 57 4,605.7 21.5 960 min
(16 hr)
57 Papaya tree seed Papaya sapling Papaya fruit 72 6,146.4 27 960 min
(16 hr)
68 Palm tree seed Palm sapling Coconut 110.5 10,150.1 41.5 960 min
(16 hr)
72 Calquat tree seed Calquat sapling Calquat fruit 129.5 12,096 48.5 960 min
(16 hr)
101 Ciku seed Ciku sapling Ciku 471 22,047 1,048.7 800 min
(13 hr 20 min)
107 Guarana seed Guarana sapling Guarana 590.6 28,157 1,339.8 800 min
(13 hr 20 min)
113 Carambola seed Carambola sapling Carambola 811.4 35,057.7 1,795 800 min
(13 hr 20 min)

Herb seeds can be planted within Herb patches only. In order to grow these plants, you will need 1 of any given seed to be planted within the patch. Once harvested, the patch will be clear and you will need to plant another seed.

Level Required Seed Produce Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Harvesting
9 Guam seed Grimy guam 11 12.5 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
14 Marrentill seed Grimy marrentill 13.5 15 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
19 Tarromin seed Grimy tarromin 16 18 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
26 Harralander seed Grimy harralander 21.5 24 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
29 Gout tuber Goutweed 105 45 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
32 Ranarr seed Grimy ranarr 27 30.5 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
36 Spirit weed seed Grimy spirit weed 32 36 100
(1 hr 40 min)
38 Toadflax seed Grimy toadflax 34 38.5 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
44 Irit seed Grimy irit 43 48.5 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
46 Wergali seed Grimy wergali 52.8 52.8 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
50 Avantoe seed Grimy avantoe 54.5 61.5 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
56 Kwuarm seed Grimy kwuarm 69 78 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
57 Bloodweed seed Grimy bloodweed 72 81.4 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
62 Snapdragon seed Grimy snapdragon 87.5 98.5 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
67 Cadantine seed Grimy cadantine 106.5 120 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
73 Lantadyme seed Grimy lantadyme 134.5 151.5 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
77 Arbuck seed Grimy arbuck 184.1 205.6 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
79 Dwarf weed seed Grimy dwarf weed 170.5 192 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
85 Torstol seed Grimy torstol 199.5 224.5 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
91 Fellstalk seed Grimy fellstalk 225 315.6 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)

Hops seeds can be planted within Hops patches only. In order to grow these plants, you will need 3 or 4 of any given seed to be planted within the patch. Once harvested, the patch will be clear and you will need to plant another seed.

Level Required Seed Produce Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Harvesting
3 Barley seed Barley 8.5 9.5 40 min
4 Hammerstone seed Hammerstone hops 9 10 40 min
8 Asgarnian seed Asgarnian hops 10.9 12 50 min
13 Jute seed Jute fibre 13 14.5 50 min
16 Yanillian seed Yanillian hops 14.5 16 60 min
(1 hr)
21 Krandorian seed Krandorian hops 17.5 19.5 70 min
(1 Hr 10 min)
28 Wildblood seed Wildblood hops 23 26 80 min
(1 Hr 20 min)
78 Reed seed Toad egg sac 180 190 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
95 Grapevine seed Grapes of Guthix,
Saradomin, or Zamorak
250 330 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)

Mushroom seeds can be planted within Mushroom patches only. In order to grow these plants, you will need 1 of any given seed to be planted within the patch. Once harvested, the patch will be clear and you will need to plant another seed. Completion of the Medium Morytania Achievements will enable you to double your harvest at the Canifis Mushroom patch.

Level Required Seed Produce Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Harvesting
53 Bittercap mushroom spore Bittercap mushroom 61.5 57.7 240 min
(4 hr)
74 Morchella mushroom spore Morchella mushroom 160 77.7 240 min
(4 hr)
103 Stinkshroom spore Stinkfly 500 8,076.6 240 min
(4 hr)
109 Tombshroom spore Tombshroom 650 9,032 240 min
(4 hr)

Tree seeds can be planted within Tree patches only. In order to grow these plants, you will need 1 of any given seed to be planted within a Plant pot to create a seedling (Exp:1), then watered to become a sapling (Exp: 1), finally to be planted within the patch. If left alone after cutting it down, trees will regrow and can be chopped down once again. Alternatively, the stump can be cleared, most trees will provide you with their root, and another sapling can be planted.

Level Required Seed Sapling Produce Roots Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Checking
15 Acorn Oak sapling Oak logs Oak roots 14 467.5 160 min
(2 hr 40 min)
30 Willow seed Willow sapling Willow logs Willow roots 25 1,456.5 240 min
(4 hr)
45 Maple seed Maple sapling Maple logs Maple roots 45 3,403.4 280 min
(4 hr 40 min)
60 Yew seed Yew sapling Yew logs Yew roots 81 7,069.9 360 min
(6 hr)
75 Magic seed Magic sapling Magic logs Magic roots 145.5 13,768.3 440 min
(7 hr 20 min)
90 Elder seed* Elder sapling Elder logs N/A 321 23,241 4,200 min
(70 hr)
94 Crystal acorn** N/A Crystal tree blossom N/A 50,000 N/A 0 min
(Instant grow)
See also  Weed Seed Packet

*There is only 1 patch where an Elder tree can be grown – North East Crwys.

**There is only 1 patch where a Crystal tree can be grown – South East corner of the Tower of Voices. It’s health cannot be checked and once every 24 hours a Crystal tree blossom (or 2 if the Tirannwn quiver 4 is equipped – xp does not increase) can be harvested from it for 15,000 experience.

Special seeds can be planted within certain patches only – specific patch depends upon the seed itself. As this section encompasses the more unique seeds available in Gielinor, be sure to check out the seed pages, or the associated resources, for more information.

Level Required Seed Produce Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Checking Harvesting
42 Evil turnip seed Evil turnip 41 N/A 46 4.5 min
53 Jade vine seed Wild jade vine 50 1,500 30 960 min (16 hr)
63 Belladonna seed Cave nightshade 91 N/A 512 320 min
(5 hr 20 min)
70 Devil’s Snare seed Devil’s snare* 200 N/A 600 0 min
(Instant grow)
75 Luminous snaggler seed Luminous snaggler* 200 N/A 600 0 min
(Instant grow)
82 Lampenflora seed Lampenflora* 200 N/A 600 0 min
(Instant grow)
83 Spirit seed N/A 199.5 19,301.8 N/A 3,520 min
(58 hr 40 min)
119 Money tree seed Money tree cash bag 1,000 N/A 60,000 2,880 min
(48 hr)

*Once grown, a Vile bloom monster will only last for 3 minutes before despawning if you have not killed it.

Herblore Habitat Seeds

The seeds listed below can only be grown within the Herblore Habitat. Having them present in their appropriate patches will attract various Jadinko to the area depending upon the specific plants grown. See our Herblore Habitat guide for more information.

Level Required Seed Produce Experience Average Grow Time
Planting Checking Harvesting
Flowers
54 Blue blossom seed Blue vine blossom 52 N/A 307 20 min
54 Green blossom seed Green vine blossom 52 N/A 307 20 min
54 Blue blossom seed Blue vine blossom 52 N/A 307 20 min
Bushes
61 Lergberry seed Lergberries 145.5 236.3 31.5 120 min
(2 hr)
61 Kalferberry seed Kalferberries 220 375 52.5 100 min
(1 hr 40 min)
Herb
58 Erzille Grimy erzille 87 N/A 87 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
65 Argway Grimy argway 110 N/A 125 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
70 Ugune Grimy ugune 135 N/A 152 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
74 Shengo Grimy shengo 140.5 N/A 160 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)
80 Samaden Grimy samaden 170 N/A 190 80 min
(1 hr 20 min)

Arc berries can only be grown in the 2 farming patches on Tuai Leit. Unlike other farming seeds, many Arc seeds can only be obtained by crossbreeding other varities. Arc berries can be planted starting at level 86 Farming, as that is what is required to obtain the first seeds, and will always take 42 hours to grow.

Seed Produces Experience Seed Produces Experience
Rumberry seed Rumberry 2,000 Exuberry seed Exuberry 2,000
Fireberry seed Fireberry 3,000 Stoneberry seed Stoneberry 3,000
Stormberry seed Stormberry 3,000 Blisterberry seed Blisterberry 5,000
Mournberry seed Mournberry 5,000 Rosaberry seed Rosaberry 5,000
Musaberry seed Musaberry 5,000 Squiffberry seed Squiffberry 8,500
Meloberry seed Meloberry 8,500 Jitterberry seed Jitterberry 8,500
Cocoaberry seed Cocoaberry 8,500 Smoulderberry seed Smoulderberry 8,500
Sourberry seed Sourberry 8,500 Gloomberry seed Gloomberry 8,500

While not grown from seeds, it is worth noting that it is possible to harvest Mushrooms in the Arc at level 90. At this point, you will only be able to collect them from clusters on the Named islands, Goshima and The Islands That Once Were Turtles. At level 94 you will be able to harvest them from Uncharted Isles as you explore. When harvesting, you will gain one of several mushrooms and 41.7 experience per successful collection. Arc mushrooms include the following:

The Islands That Once Were Turtles

These seeds/plants are only found within the Daemonheim dungeons and do NOT need any type of watering to grow. Refer to the Dungeoneering skill guide for more information.

For more information on food within Daemonheim, see the Cooking guide.

Seed Produces Level Required Harvesting Experience
Cave potato seeds Raw cave potato 1 1.3
Gissel musroom spore Gissel mushroom 34 3.5
Edicap mushroom spore Edicap mushroom 68 5.7

These are not actually farmed, but more of picked from the plants inside a dungeon. These plants are spun to make garments. For more information on what can be made with these plants, see the Crafting guide.

Plant Level Required Harvesting Experience
Salve nettles 1 6.1
Wildercress 10 9.2
Blightleaf 20 12.8
Roseblood 30 17.4
Bryll 40 23.5
Duskweed 50 31.6
Soulbell 60 42.2
Ectograss 70 55.8
Runeleaf 80 72.9
Spiritbloom 90 94

For more information on what potions can be made with these plants, see the Herblore guide.

Seed Produces Level Required Harvesting Experience
Sagewort seed Grimy sagewort 7 15
Valerian seed Grimy valerian 18 18.1
Aloe seed Grimy aloe 29 21.9
Wormwood seed Grimy wormwood leaf 40 27.1
Magebane seed Grimy magebane 51 34.4
Featherfoil seed Grimy featherfoil 62 44.5
Winter’s grip seed Grimy winter’s grip 73 58.1
Lycopus seed Grimy lycopus 84 75.9
Buckthorn seed Grimy buckthorn 95 98.6

Upon completion of Back to My Roots, you will receive a Jade vine seed. You can take this seed to Lord Handelmort’s Mansion Garden and plant it in the special Jade vine patch there. If you wish to have Horacio the Gardener look after your Jade vine, simply pay him 10 Wildblood hops. If your plant dies, you can get another seed for free from Horacio.

Once your vine is fully grown, you can choose to prune it to gain Farming experience or you can leave it alone to become a Wild jade vine. You can kill it once every 24 hours if you let it go wild. To fight the Jade vine, you will need:

  • Decent armor
  • Good food (depending upon your level)
  • Woodcutting hatchet – toolbelt hatchet can be used, however, you MUST wield a Melee weapon – toolbelt and/or Magic secateurs can be used

Upon fighting the Wild jade vine, it would be advised to turn on Protect from Melee. The vine uses two types of attacks: Melee and Magic. You will see the Melee attack more than Magic, so don’t fret. You MUST attack it with a hatchet/melee weapon or you won’t do any damage.

When you have successfully chopped the wild vine down, you can now finish it off by cutting the root. Once that is done, you will receive 2,500 Slayer experience and can ask Horacio for another seed to plant again.

The Livid Farm is located North of the bank on Lunar Isle. The Livid Farm is a great way to train Magic, Farming, Agility, Crafting, and Construction. To begin helping out, talk to Pauline Polaris for a tutorial. After the tutorial you are ready to begin working on the farm. As you will be using Lunar magic, you will need to have this spellbook activated and have runes for each of the spells used. As you work, you will earn Produce points which you can trade to unlock verious rewards! Please see our Livid Farm guide for more details.

Vinesweeper is an activity based on the well-known game Minesweeper. Farmer Blinkin has turned his farm into a fluffy-tailed nightmare, with endless numbers of rabbits munching away at his most prized crops. As you to help him clear out the bunnies and collect the crops for him, you will earn points. These awarded points can be traded with Mrs. Winkin for seeds, supercompost potions, experience, and more flags. For more information, please see the Vinesweeper activity guide.

The Sorceress’s Garden is based on Thieving experience, but it is possible to collect herbs from each of the gardens and gain 50 experience. For more information on this activity, please see our Sorceress’s Garden guide.

As you progress through the Farming skill, one you reach certain thresholds, you will be able to train this skill using animals. At level 17 Farming and level 20 Construction, you will be able to begin raising animals at the Manor Farm just North of East Ardougne. See our Player-Owned Farm guide for more information.

Once you reach level 42 Farming and level 45 Construction, you will be able to begin raising animals at the Ranch Out of Time on an island West of Anachronia. See our Ranch Out of Time guide for more information.

Capes of Accomplishment

Once you have achieved level 99, you may visit Martin the Master Gardener to purchase a Farming cape for 99,000 Coins.

Once you have achieved level 120, Martin the Master Gardener will sell you the Farming master cape for 120,000 Coins.

Note that as of December 2018, another one of Mod Daze’s Easter Eggs have been found. This enables you to purchase a Skillcape for half price (only from Martin, not Elen) if you are wearing a Ring of Charos (a). Be aware that “Half price” is 92,000 Coins as the experience at level 92 is approximately half way to level 99.

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