Yarrow plants in RDR2 are one of many consumables and crafting materials you can find in the game. Red Dead Redemption 2 yarrow plants are really useful, because they give you back health if you just eat them, and can be used for making medicine. So, the important question here is: where can you find yarrow plants in Red Dead 2? Well, you’re in the right place. Our Red Dead Redemption 2 Yarrow Plant Locations guide will show you several places that are best to look for yarrow plants in the game.
Where to Find Yarrow Plant Locations in RDR2?
To find the Yarrow Plant in Red Dead Redemption 2, your best bet is to search forested or grassy areas. But, first off, you have to know what the yarrow plants look like. The best way to recognize yarrow in Red Dead Redemption 2 is by the beautiful, red flowers. Make good use of your special senses to notice plants that you can pick; this will help you find yarrow faster.
Now, for the locations of yarrow in RDR2. Like we’ve mentioned above, areas with forests are your best bet when it comes to looking for RDR2 yarrow, as well as grassy fields, or grasslands, if you prefer. One such location is The Heartlands in New Hanover. Specifically, we found it northeast of the H in the word Heartlands. Another option is to explore just south of the town of Rhodes (where we found the most yarrow plants, but your mileage may vary), and another still is just to the north of Bolger Glade. Basically, wherever there’s a forest or a grassy meadow, odds are decent that you’ll find some yarrow.
Now, what exactly do you need yarrow in Red Dead Redemption 2 for? Well, for one, you can use it to craft a tonic that restores your Health core meter (or eaten raw for the same purpose. Also, you have to collect yarrow to complete a Herbalist challenge that requires you to collect six yarrow plants. Doing so will reward you with the Herbalist Off-Hand Holster. Another interesting plant in RDR2 is the Oleander Plant, which you can use to craft Poison Arrows. We’ve covered both, in our Red Dead Redemption 2 Oleander Plant Locations and Red Dead Redemption 2 Poison Arrows Crafting & Recipe Pamphlet guides, respectively.