Woad leaf

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Members can grow woad leaves 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 session, from Wyson the gardener in Falador Park, at twenty-five coins apiece.

Players may fill the beehives at the player-owned farm with woad leaves to create medicinal honeycomb. Players can take two woad leaves and five coins to Aggie, or two woad leaves and twenty-five coins to 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 three woad leaves at a time. All three 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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Locations[edit | edit source]

Players can buy woad leaves from Wyson the gardener in Falador Park. Offering him 20 coins provides the best value, since he actually gives two for being so generous. A quicker alternative is using the right-click buy-x option, costing 25 coins per leaf.

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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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