Woad leaf

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Woad leaves can be grown by members at level 25 Farming by planting a woad seed in a Flower Patch. Three woad leaves can be harvested from a flower patch at a time. Alternatively, players can buy up to 10,000 woad leaves, per transaction, from Wyson the gardener in Falador Park, at 25 coins each.

Due to being cheap, stackable and easy to acquire in bulk from Wyson, they make an excellent source of flowery mush for feeding animals at the player-owned farm. Players may also fill the beehives at the player-owned farm with woad leaves to create medicinal honeycomb. Players can take 2 woad leaves and 5 coins to Aggie or Rana the dyer, to make blue dye.

Farming[edit | edit source]

Woad leaves can be harvested from woad seeds grown within a flower patch. A fully grown woad plant can grow 3 woad leaves at a time. All 3 woad leaves are harvested when picked, yielding 115 Farming experience.

Patch locations[edit | edit source]

Patch Location Amount Requirements
Flower patch South of Falador 1 None
Flower patch West of Port Phasmatys 1 None
Flower patch North of Catherby 1 None
Flower patch North of Ardougne 1 None

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Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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Locations[edit | edit source]

Players can buy woad leaves from Wyson the gardener in Falador Park.

  • Use default Talk and select 2. Ask about woad leaves. Then select 4. How about 20 coins? which provides the best value, since he actually gives 2 for being so generous, costing 10 coins per leaf.
  • A quicker alternative is using the right-click buy-X option, costing 25 coins per leaf.

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In real-life medieval Europe (which RuneScape takes some inspiration from), woad was indeed used to make blue dye.[1] However, blue would have been an expensive colour, and was the "royal" colour of France.[2]

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