Belladonna seed

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A belladonna seed is used in Farming, and grows into cave nightshade. Players can only plant it in the belladonna patch, which is located at Draynor Manor. They require level 63 Farming to plant the seed, and players gain 91 experience for planting it and 512 experience for successfully harvesting it.

There is no nearby gardener to watch over your growing belladonna plant.

Players must pick nightshade with gloves equipped, or they will be hit for 20 poison damage instead of harvesting the nightshade. Certain decorative gloves, such as Samid's gloves, Santa gloves, Mime gloves, and Hati paws or gloves from Fist of Guthix, such as cadantine gloves, do not work safely. Some other items that go in the hand slot like the Regen bracelet do not work, but other hand slot items like the farmer's cuffs do work.

Farming[edit | edit source]

Growth stages[edit | edit source]

Healthy Belladonna
Stage Description Image
1 The belladonna seed has only just been planted. Click for a larger image
2 The belladonna plant grows a little taller. Click for a larger image
3 The belladonna plant grows taller and leafier. Click for a larger image
4 The belladonna plant grows some flower buds. Click for a larger image
5 The belladonna plant is ready to harvest. Click for a larger image
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12 {{{stage12}}} N/A

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This plant is likely named from the real world plant Atropa belladonna, which is sometimes called "belladonna" or "nightshade," or even "deadly nightshade." In older times it was used in making not only poisons, but medicines, recreational drugs, and cosmetics.