Hogwarts Legacy Mandrake | How to Get Them

There are plenty of familiar magical creatures in Hogwarts Legacy, including the mandrake. These screaming potted plants featured heavily in the movies, and now you have the chance to find them in your game. They also are important in Hogwarts Legacy, both in combat and for specific herbology assignments. Learn more about them with our Hogwarts Legacy Mandrake Guide.

How to Buy Mandrakes in Hogwarts Legacy

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The easiest way to get mandrakes in Hogwarts Legacy is by purchasing them from a vendor. Dogweed and Deathcap, a shop in Hogsmeade, offers fully grown mandrakes as well as their seeds. Easy enough, right? The bad news is that a single mandrake will run you 500 galleon! The good news is that there are better ways to grab mandrakes.

Finding Mandrakes in the Wild

Buying mandrakes can be costly, but finding them in the wild is free! At least, they are free in terms of money. The time it takes to track down wild mandrakes can be significant. You can find these plants the Forgotten Forest, although they are not very common. If you discover a small house with a corpse nearby, look for a small cluster of these plants. When you find them, remember their location as they will grow back over time. Thankfully, foraging is not the only way to find a mandrake.

How to Grow Mandrakes

Arguably the best option for getting your hands on a mandrake is by growing them yourself. This option isn’t available right away, but you can grow mandrakes as soon as you gain access to the potting table. You can use your pot available to you in herbology class. It is also possible to gain additional potting tables when you discover the Room of Requirement.

Of course, the next step in the process is getting mandrake seeds. There is only one place to pick them up: a vendor called Dogweed and Deathcap. If you haven’t discovered it yet, you can find Dogweed and Deathcap in Hogsmeade. Another tip: purchasing fertilizer will increase the number of Mandrakes produced by these seeds!

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