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Orange Petals

Discussion in 'UO Botany and Nutrition' started by uoBuoY, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. uoBuoY

    uoBuoY Guest

    I haven't botanied for a very long time...

    I just removed seeds from a few very old "Vibrant Bright Orange Pampas Grass Plants". The seeds divided into "Orange Pampas Grass Seeds" and "Bright Orange Seeds" and a couple of "Seed of Renewal".

    Are the "Orange" seeds the same just differently named?

    What is a "Seed of Renewal"?
  2. Lady_Dark

    Lady_Dark Guest

    No idea about your seeds having different names, try the poppie dust on them and see if that fixes the problem.

    The seed of renewal is a SA Imbuing ingredient, and you have a chance of getting them any time you pull seeds off any plant. Was told its resources too, but I have never gotten a seed of renewal harvesting resources.

    Lady Dark
  3. FrejaSP

    FrejaSP Queen of The Outlaws
    Professional Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend Campaign Patron The DarkOutlaws, TDO

    Apr 12, 2001
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    Look at the color of the orange seed, some of them are named wrong.
  4. Aurelius

    Aurelius Babbling Loonie
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    Feb 26, 2004
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    I think there is a slight bug - pulling seeds from plants, they are usually named correctly, until one is randomly decided to be a Seed of Renewal. After that one, further seeds from that plant keep the colour, but sometimes lose the plant type name, just becoming 'an orange seed', and need re-indentifying with poppy dust (or just grow them and see what they are!).