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mage Name Color Soil Type Location Plants Grass.png Grass Green Dirt BlockDirt Surface of Forests, Floating Islands Trees, Mushrooms, wild Grass, Dayblooms, Yellow Marigolds Corrupt grass.png Corrupt grass Purple Dirt BlockDirt Surface of The Corruption Corrupt Trees, Vile Mushrooms, wild Corrupt grass, Deathweed, Thorny bushes Crimson grass.png Crimson grass Red Dirt BlockDirt Surface of The Crimson Crimson Trees, Vicious Mushrooms, wild Crimson grass, Deathweed, Thorny bushes Mushroom grass.png Mushroom grass Blue Mud BlockMud Glowing Mushroom biome Glowing Mushrooms, Giant Glowing Mushrooms Jungle grass.png Jungle grass Lime green Mud BlockMud Jungle, Underground Jungle Jungle Trees, wild Jungle grass, Moonglow Underground Jungle: Thorny bushes, Jungle Spores, Jungle Roses, Moonglows, Nature's Gifts Hallowed grass.png Hallowed grass Cyan Dirt BlockDirt Surface of The Hallow Hallowed Trees, Mushrooms, wild Hallowed grass, Dayblooms Moss Moss is a grass-like plant that grows on Stone Blocks. It comes in five colors, and one color can be found throughout each third of a given map (three colors per world), either randomly on cave surfaces or in "moss chambers" with a matching mossy stone wall. Moss sprouts fuzz that can be cut like grass weeds, or can be collected using a Paint Scraper on Desktop version Desktop version 22.214.171.124, where it can be placed on stone or Gray Bricks, or used to craft mossy stone walls. Mossy stone requires one more hit to break than clean stone. Moss will be destroyed if the stone block it is on converts to ebonstone, crimstone, or pearlstone.
Desktop Version Console Version Mobile Version Lava Moss is a special variant of moss that can only grow in the lava layers of the Cavern. Despite not being one of the Glowing Mosses, it glows in the dark.
Desktop Version Glowing Mosses are special variants of moss that grow in much larger areas than standard moss, and glow in the dark similarly to lava moss. It comes in three versions: Krypton, Xenon, and Argon.
Moss colors Red Moss.png Moss Red.png Moss Bricks Red.png
Brown Moss.png Moss Yellow.png Moss Bricks Yellow.png
Green Moss.png Moss Green.png Moss Bricks Green.png
Blue Moss.png Moss Blue.png Moss Bricks Blue.png
Purple Moss.png Moss Purple.png Moss Bricks Purple.png
Lava Moss.png Moss Fire.png Moss Bricks Fire.png
Krypton Moss.png Moss Krypton.png Moss Bricks Krypton.png
Xenon Moss.png Moss Xenon.png Moss Bricks Xenon.png
Argon Moss.png Moss Argon.png Moss Bricks Argon.png
Red Brown Green Blue Purple Lava Desktop Version Krypton Desktop Version Xenon Desktop Version Argon
Herbs Herbs are used at a Placed Bottle or an Alchemy Table to craft potions. They can be found all across the world, or in Herb BagsDesktop Version Console Version Mobile Version, and can be harvested with almost any weapon or tool. Each herb will bloom when certain requirements are met. Herbs harvested while blooming will drop 1-3 seeds of their kind in addition. Herbs can also be grown in Clay Pots or Planter BoxesDesktop Version Console Version Mobile Version. There are currently 7 different types of herbs. In addition to their natural soil, herbs can also be grown in Clay Pots, or Desktop Version Console Version Mobile Version within Planter Boxes.
Plant Seeds Native Biome Suitable soil Blooming condition Blinkroot Blinkroot Internal Item ID: 315 Blinkroot Seeds Underground Dirt or Mud Randomly Daybloom Daybloom Internal Item ID: 313 Daybloom Seeds Surface Pure or Hallowed grass Daytime (4:30 AM to 7:29 PM) Deathweed Deathweed Internal Item ID: 316 Deathweed Seeds Corruption, Crimson Ebonstone, Corrupt grass, Crimstone, or Crimson grass Blood Moon and Desktop Version Console Version Mobile Version Full Moon at Nighttime (7:30 PM to 4:29 AM) Fireblossom Fireblossom Internal Item ID: 318 Fireblossom Seeds Underworld Ash Desktop Version Console Version Mobile Version Sunset (3:45 PM to 7:30 PM) unless it is raining Old-gen console version 3DS Version Submersion in lava Moonglow Moonglow Internal Item ID: 314 Moonglow Seeds Jungle Jungle grass Nighttime (7:30 PM to 4:29 AM) Shiverthorn ShiverthornDesktop Version Console Version Old-gen console version Mobile Version Internal Item ID: 2358 Shiverthorn Seeds Snow Snow, Ice Enough time having passed Waterleaf Waterleaf Internal Item ID: 317 Waterleaf Seeds Desert Sand or Pearlsand Desktop Version Console Version Mobile Version Rain Old-gen console version 3DS Version Submersion in water Mushrooms Mushrooms grow randomly on most terrain in Terraria, and they will only grow on their type of blocks. There are currently 6 types of mushrooms:
Name Location Notes MushroomMushroom Internal Item ID: 5 Surface/Space, on regular Grass. Consumable. Used in recipes for healing items. Glowing MushroomGlowing Mushroom Internal Item ID: 183 Any layer, on Mushroom Grass. Doesn't always yield mushrooms and may yield Mushroom Grass Seeds when harvested. Used to craft Shroomite Bars and furniture. Vile MushroomVile Mushroom Internal Item ID: 60 Any layer, on Corrupt Grass. Can be used at a Placed Bottle to make Vile Powder. Vicious MushroomVicious MushroomDesktop Version Console Version Mobile Version Internal Item ID: 2887 Any layer, on Crimson Grass. Can be used at a Placed Bottle to make Vicious Powder. Green MushroomGreen Mushroom Internal Item ID: 1108 Underground and Cavern Used at the Dye Vat to make Green Dye. Teal MushroomTeal Mushroom Internal Item ID: 1107 Underground Used at the Dye Vat to make Teal Dye. Regular Mushrooms can be turned into Vile Mushrooms and vice versa using Purification Powder, Unholy Water, or Holy Water, respectively.
Vines Vines Vines.png Jungle vines.png Hallowed vines.png Crimson vines.png Regular vine Jungle vine Hallowed vine Crimson vine "Vines" redirects here. For the item dropped by Man Eaters, see Vine. (Needs update since 1.4 there are 5 vine types with flowery vines added) Vines are plants that grow downward from blocks. Given there is enough empty space, they can reach a length of up to ten tiles. Although they block light, they do not impede movement and can easily be destroyed with nearly any weapon or tool. Destroying a tile of a vine destroys all tiles of the vine below it and destroying the topmost tile or mining the block it hangs from will destroy the entire vine.
There are four different types of vines: Regular vines (grow from Grass and Leaf Blocks), Jungle vines (grow from Jungle grass blocks), Hallowed vines (grow from Hallowed grass blocks), and Crimson vines (grow from Crimson grass blocks). There is no Corruption variant of vines. Vines can only grow above the surface (with the exception of Jungle vines which can grow at any elevation) and only from blocks that are not sloped on their underside.
Vines can be painted. New vines growing from painted blocks will take on the color of that block and vine tiles spawned by naturally extending vines will take on the color of the existing tip of the vine. In Hardmode, Crimson and Hallowed vines qualify as spreading tiles in regard to biome spread. The Guide to Plant Fiber CordageDesktop Version Console Version Mobile Version allows the collection of Vine RopesDesktop Version Console Version Mobile Version from vines.
Vines will never drop the Vine object; this is an uncommon Man Eater drop.
Cacti seen in a Desert Main article: Cactus Cactus grow naturally on Sand Blocks in the Desert biome, and persists even if the Desert becomes infected with Corruption, Crimson, or Hallow. They can be cut down with any axe and can be used to make cacti-themed weapons, armor, furniture, or just be placed and used as a building material. Occasionally, a Pink Prickly Pear will grow on top of a cactus. In 126.96.36.199Desktop Version Console Version and before, mining the Sand Block underneath a cactus will cause the entire plant to drop, but since 188.8.131.52Desktop Version this is no longer possible.
Thorny bushes Thorny bushes grow naturally in the Corruption, Crimson and Underground Jungle, and will damage the player on contact. There are currently three types of thorny bushes: Brown bushes from the Underground Jungle deal 25 damage; purple and red bushes from the Corruption and Crimson, respectively, deal 10 damage each. Thorny bushes are destroyed after contact with a weapon or tool. Invisible projectiles (Medusa Head, Life Drain etc.) don't destroy thorny bushes. Thorny bushes can grow six tiles in all directions. All NPCs and enemies are immune to them. They cannot be obtained as an item. The purple and red variants spread the Corruption/Crimson; the brown variant, however, does not spread Jungle grass. The growth of thorny bushes is blocked by solid objects and various other scenery.
Thorny bushes from the Corruption
Thorny bushes from the Underground Jungle
Thorny bushes from the Crimson
Sunflowers Main article: Sunflower Sunflowers are surface plants that prevent the spread of the Corruption and Crimson on the blocks they are planted, and provide the Happy!Desktop Version Console Version Mobile Version buff to players within a 50-tile radius, mildly increasing movement speed and reducing monster spawn rate.
Life Fruit Main article: Life Fruit Life Fruits are consumables that permanently increase the player's maximum health by 5, up to a total of 500 (20 used). They are found in the Underground Jungle during Hardmode (Desktop Version Console Version Mobile Version) / after defeating at least one mechanical boss (Old-gen console version 3DS Version). Life Fruits become more common once more mechanical bosses have been defeated. Life fruits will glow under the effect of spelunker potions.
Dye Plants Main article: Dye Placed Inventory Plants that produce dye materials. Teal MushroomTeal MushroomGreen MushroomGreen MushroomSky Blue FlowerSky Blue FlowerYellow MarigoldYellow MarigoldBlue BerriesBlue BerriesLime KelpLime KelpPink Prickly PearPink Prickly PearOrange BloodrootOrange Bloodroot Dye Plants can be crafted into Dyes at a Dye Vat. They can be encountered in various biomes, and show on the map.
Strange Plants Desktop version Console version Mobile version Desktop/Console/Mobile-Only Content: This section's information applies only to the Desktop, Console, and Mobile versions of Terraria. Strange Plant (placed).png Placed strange plants. Main article: Strange Plant Strange Plants are uncommon quest items that can be traded with the Dye Trader, who rewards the player with one of 33 animated dyes, all but two of which are quest-exclusive.
v · d · eThis article has open info requests. Plantera's Bulb Main article: Plantera's Bulb Plantera's Bulb is a pink plant in the Underground Jungle that will begin to appear after all 3 mechanical bosses have been defeated in a particular world. It will summon Plantera when destroyed. Though it cannot be broken by weapons or projectiles, caution should still be taken if these conditions are met to prevent any unwanted boss fights. One bulb will spawn about every six minutes (roughly half of an in-game day.)
A Plantera's Bulb.
Pumpkin Main article: Pumpkin Pumpkins grow naturally during Halloween and can be planted with Pumpkin Seeds sold by the Dryad. It can be placed as well as crafted into armor, furniture, walls, and Pumpkin Moon Medallions. There is also a chance to get the Magical Pumpkin Seed.
The stages of pumpkin development.
See also Guide:Gardening History Desktop version Desktop version Desktop 184.108.40.206: Dye plants now glow from spelunking effects. Desktop 220.127.116.11: Strange Plants introduced. Vicious Mushrooms introduced. Sunflowers give a new buff "Happy" when near them, just like the Campfire Thorny bushes added to the Crimson. Desktop 1.2.1: Sunflowers reduce Crimson's effects Desktop 1.2: New plants. Crimson grass introduced. Desktop 1.1: Cacti no longer damage players that touch them. Desktop 1.0.6: Thorny bushes are now destroyed on contact with the player. Cacti will no longer cause knockback or destroy blocks as they grow. Desktop 1.0.5: Rate of plant growth is slowed. Vines that refused to grow longer than 1 tile in length while underwater will now grow correctly. Desktop 1.0.4: Jungle plants now grow underwater.