Wondering where to find the Hogwarts Legacy Dogweed and Deathcap location? Among other things, the flower shop is needed for locating Venomous Tentacula and a Mandrake – crucial ingredients in learning the Wingardium Leviosa spell. This particular store can be tricky to find though, so we’re here to help you locate Beatrice Green’s plant shop.
We all know how to say it – it’s Wingardium Levi-oh-sa, not Wingardium Levio-sah – but how do you cast it? Well, while you don’t actually need a plant to cast Hogwarts Legacy spells, heading to the Dogweed and Deathcap location in Hogwarts Legacy to collect Venomous Tentacula and a Mandrake is part of a main story quest in which you unlock the famous spell. You are only told to seek out the seeds though, and not specifically where to go to get them, so we’re here to help you find Dogweed and Deathcap in Hogwarts Legacy.
Where is Hogwarts Legacy Dogweed and Deathcap?
Dogweed and Deathcap is a plant shop run by Beatrice Green, in which you can buy all sorts of seeds and living plants – including the famous and painfully noisy Hogwarts Legacy Mandrake. As you can see in the image above, the shop isn’t located near the others in Hogsmeade, and you’ll need to head to the far end of the village and across the river to find it.
What is Dogweed and Deathcap?
As we’ve mentioned above, Dogweed and Deathcap is a plant shop, selling sometimes fatal – potions ingredients. Dogweed and Deathcap differs only slightly to The Magic Neep, which is a greengrocer selling safer plants and vegetables.
Now you know where to locate Dogweed and Deathcap in Hogwarts Legacy, you’ll be able to grow anything your heart desires – and then make it levitate if you so wish. It’s easy to get lost in the vast Hogwarts Legacy map, but this isn’t the only guide we’ve got to help you find your way in the open-world game. Find your way around quickly using the network of Floo Flame locations, complete the Hogwarts Legacy Ghost of our Love quest, and unlock even more spells with other Hogwarts Legacy challenges by defeating beasts and passing your classes with flying colours.
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