Use Bag of Flower Seeds Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Bag of Flower Seeds is a quest item that you can find in the game, and people can’t seem to figure out how to use them. One could easily assume that you’d be able to plant them in your Serenitea Pot garden, seeing as how it’s a relatively new mechanic and all, but that’s not the case. What gives? Well, if you’re wondering how to use the Bag of Flower Seeds, or how to get them in the first place, you’re in the right place. Let’s dive in.

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use bag of flower seeds genshin impact
Use Bag of Flower Seeds Genshin Impact

How to Use Genshin Impact Bag of Flower Seeds

To use the Bag of Flower Seeds in Genshin Impact, you first need to complete the “Tatara Tales” world quest. Once you do, a new NPC called Hanayama Kaoru becomes available. She spawns in the hills north of the town of Tatarasuna, next to a small shrine of sorts. You can find her exact location below. Approach the NPC and talk to her. If you pay attention to what she is saying, you’ll learn that she likes growing flowers; hint-hint. So, talk to her a second time, and select the “Are these flower seeds any use” option. This will automatically gift the seeds to Hanayama, after which a Common Chest will spawn nearby. Open it, grab all the stuff, and be on your way.

How to Get Bag of Flower Seeds

To get the Genshin Impact Bag of Flower Seeds, you need to give Mysterious Conches to Takashi, an NPC you can find on the small peninsula in the north of Tatarasuna. If you want a more detailed breakdown of this whole thing, check out our Takashi Mysterious Conch Genshin Impact guide, but here’s a quick rundown. If you visit Takashi’s house, you’ll see three chests behind him. He’ll let you open them if you bring him Mysterious Conches; one conch, one chest. This system resets every day, and the rewards are largely random, aside from the Hamayuma Inazumi Bow blueprint, which drops after you deliver conches every day for a week. As for the flower seeds, keep giving Takashi conches until you get them.

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