Dogweed and Deathcap Hogwarts Legacy

Where to Find Dogweed and Deathcap in Hogwarts Legacy

If being a wizard or witch in Hogwarts Legacy is all about becoming as powerful as possible, then you’ll need to know where to go to get your hands on everything you need to ascend the ranks of spellcasters. A major part of potion-making in Hogwarts involves having the correct plants at your disposal, which means knowing where to find Dogweed and Deathcap. This useful shop will be a regular haunt for any witch or wizard looking to perfect the art of potions.

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Dogweed and Deathcap location in Hogwarts Legacy

Dogweed and Deathcap Location Hogwarts Legacy

Dogweed and Deathcap can be found in Hogsmeade, but not in the center of town like most of the shops there. Instead, you will need to make your way to the northern outskirts of town, where the shop can be found nestled on the edge of some mountains. Just cross either of the bridge in town, the follow the paths to the store at the northernmost tip of Hogsmeade. You can see the shop marked by a mushroom icon on the map above. The shop is owned and operated by Beatrice Green, who will happily sell players all manner of plants for their potions.

You will be able to find the following items in the store. Remember, most, if not all, of these items, can be gotten via other means, but this is a pretty easy way to get your hands on them.

  • Chinese Chomping Cabbage seed – 600 Galleons
  • Mandrake seed – 800 Galleons
  • Venomous Tentacula seed – 1050 Galleons
  • Fertilizer – 300 Galleons
  • Already-grown Chinese Chomping Cabbage – 300 Galleons
  • Already-grown Mandrake – 500 Galleons
  • Already-grown Venomous Tentacula – 600 Galleons

Plants and related supplies won’t be the only items you need as you play through Hogwarts Legacy, and if you find yourself in need of some monster mucus, then be sure to check out our Troll Bogeys location guide.

Hogwarts Legacy is available on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC via early access and will be available to everyone on February 10, 2023.


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