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How to Get Mandrake Seeds in Hogwarts Legacy

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by Joe Greene
How to Get Mandrake and Mandrake Seeds in Hogwarts Legacy

Mandrakes are an extremely useful combat item in Hogwarts Legacy. Upon use, they will stop enemies in their tracks by stunning them with a horrifying screech. While you can find and collect Mandrakes in the wild, many players are looking for a more reliable method of obtaining them. This is where Mandrake Seeds become useful. Without further ado, continue reading to learn how to get Mandrake Seeds in Hogwarts Legacy!

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How to Get Mandrake Seeds in Hogwarts Legacy

Currently, the only way to obtain Mandrake Seeds in Hogwarts Legacy is to purchase them at Dogweed and Deathcap for a measly 800 Galleons.

Dogweed and Deathcap can be found to the north of Hogsmeade after crossing the bridge. You will notice it tucked away in a tiny alcove.

Mandrake Seeds are a one-time purchase and will provide you with an infinite supply of Mandrakes when grown in your Room of Requirement. Each seed will grow into a Mandrake every 10 minutes. Sounds like a good investment to me…

Mandrake Seeds can be planted in any size pot, which is helpful.

How to Get Mandrakes in Hogwarts Legacy

You can also purchase fully-grown Mandrakes at Dogweed and Deathcap, however these are a one-time use and cannot be planted in the Room of Requirement.

Besides this, Mandrakes can be found scattered across the Lands of Hogwarts Legacy, more commonly found in the Forbidden Forest. Mandrakes do not screech while in the wild, so make sure to keep your eyes out for a purple/blue flower!

Mandrakes in the Wild (Image via Backseat Guides on YouTube)

Now that you know how to get Mandrake Seeds in Hogwarts Legacy, it is time to get out there and cultivate some screeching plant-things!

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