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Petals are a Vegetable Food item obtained by picking Flowers, which are commonly found in Grassland biomes. They restore 5 Sanity when picked and 1 Health point when eaten. Like other vegetables, they can be fed to Pigs to produce Manure. Neither variant of petals can be used in a Crock Pot.
–Wickerbottom, when examining Dark Petals
Dark Petals are obtained by picking Evil Flowers that spawn around the Things, Maxwell's Door, or a Totally Normal Tree. Evil Flowers drain the player's Sanity by 5 when picked, and have an active sanity drain aura while standing. Dark Petals can be eaten to drain an additional 5 Sanity points or used to craft Nightmare Fuel using a Shadow Manipulator or a Prestihatitator.
Hiveless Bees are able to pollinate and create new Evil Flowers, making Dark Petals a renewable resource.
Foliage is a Vegetable Food item obtained by picking a Fern. Similar to Petals, Foliage can be eaten to restore 1 Health or used as fuel in a Campfire or Fire Pit. They can also be crafted into a Potted Fern.
Reign of GiantsEdit
- Dark Petals were added in the A Little Rain Must Fall update.
- Foliage was added in the It's not a rock! update. When first implemented, it was green.
- Petals used to be required to craft a Floral Shirt in the Reign of Giants DLC. It was later changed to require Cactus Flowers instead.
|Pickable without tools||Cut Grass • Twigs • Cut Reeds • Petals • (Seashell • Dubloons )|
|Obtained using||Log • Living Log • Charcoal • (Palm Leaf )|
|Obtained using||Rocks • Flint • Gold Nugget • Nitre • Gems • Marble • (Charcoal • Coral )|
|Obtained using||(Rocks • Flint • Gold Nugget • Nitre • Gems • Sand )|
|Obtained using||Vine • Bamboo|
|Obtained by trading||Gold Nugget • Gems • (Dubloons )|
|Obtained by other methods||(Obsidian )|