Clean snapdragon

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Clean snapdragon is a somewhat rare medium-high level herb, used to create Snapdragon potion (unf) for making Super restore potions via the Herblore skill. Players can grow grimy snapdragon at 62 farming and will gain 98.5 experience for every herb the seed yields, although the seeds are nearly as rare as the herb. It is possible to grow 3-18 snapdragons from one seed or 5-24 if players use Supercompost and magic secateurs. Players can also use it as an ingredient in a Compost Bin to make Supercompost, but considering its price and use, it is not recommended. There are many other cheaper options for making supercompost, such as Pineapples or Coconut shells.

Players can obtain a clean snapdragon by cleaning a grimy snapdragon, if they have level 59 Herblore, to gain 11.8 experience points. A grimy snapdragon can also be taken to Zahur in Nardah to be cleaned for a fee of 200 coins if players do not have the herblore level to clean it themselves. Players can buy a clean snapdragon from Pirate Jackie the Fruit for 10 agility arena tickets. Also, up to three snapdragons can be received as a possible reward from various random events. Completing hard orders for the Gnome Restaurant activity as well as burning Vyrewatch corpses in the Columbarium under Paterdomus may also give snapdragons as a reward. Snapdragons are sometimes received as a drop from some high levelled monsters like General Graardor. Red tokens from Temple Trekking can reward 2-7 snapdragons.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Clean snapdragon.png Clean snapdragon
Herblore-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
11.8 XP-1 (0.6s) 1,286
Requirements
Herblore Herblore level59
P2P icon.png Members only
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Grimy snapdragon.pngGrimy snapdragon1941941
Profit345

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  • In reality, snapdragon is the common name for the Antirrhinum genus of plants.