Erdleaf Flower

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Material used for crafting items
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Found throughout the Lands Between.

Erdleaf Flower is a Crafting Material in Elden Ring. Crafting Materials are resources that can be obtained throughout The Lands Between and used to create a wide variety of items. 


A dusky-yellow flower that has started to fade and wilt. Material used for crafting items.
Found throughout the Lands Between.
Said to grow from the old fallen leaves of the Erdtree, these flowers serve as the base material for a number of sorcery techniques.


Erdleaf Flower Location in Elden Ring

Erdleaf Flower found in the overworld respawns after resting at a Site of Grace.

Farming locations
  • The Four Belfries: Four are extremely close to the Site of Grace.

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    Three are immediately next to the Site of Grace. There's also another very close by:

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    Peek behind this rock and bush and you will find a fourth.

Erdleaf Flower Guide for Elden Ring

Erdleaf Flower can be used to craft the following items:


Elden Ring Erdleaf Flower Notes & Tips

  • You can hold up to 999 Erdleaf Flower.
  • You can store up to 999 Erdleaf Flower.
  • Sell Value: item value icon elden ring wiki guide 18px 10


Elden Ring Crafting Materials
Aeonian Butterfly  ♦  Albinauric Bloodclot  ♦  Altus Bloom  ♦  Arteria Leaf  ♦  Beast Blood  ♦  Beast Liver  ♦  Blood-Tainted Excrement  ♦  Bloodrose  ♦  Budding Cave Moss  ♦  Budding Horn  ♦  Cave Moss  ♦  Crab Eggs  ♦  Cracked Crystal  ♦  Cracked Pot  ♦  Crystal Bud  ♦  Crystal Cave Moss  ♦  Dewkissed Herba  ♦  Eye of Yelough  ♦  Faded Erdleaf Flower  ♦  Fire Blossom  ♦  Flight Pinion  ♦  Formic Rock  ♦  Four-Toed Fowl Foot  ♦  Fulgurbloom  ♦  Glintstone Firefly  ♦  Glintstone Scrap  ♦  Gold Firefly  ♦  Gold-Tinged Excrement  ♦  Golden Centipede  ♦  Golden Dung  ♦  Golden Rowa  ♦  Golden Sunflower  ♦  Grave Violet  ♦  Gravel Stone  ♦  Great Dragonfly Head  ♦  Hefty Beast Bone  ♦  Herba  ♦  Hidden Plumage  ♦  Human Bone Shard  ♦  Land Octopus Ovary  ♦  Living Jar Shard  ♦  Lump of Flesh  ♦  Melted Mushroom  ♦  Miquella's Lily  ♦  Miranda Powder  ♦  Mushroom  ♦  Nascent Butterfly  ♦  Old Fang  ♦  Poisonbloom  ♦  Rimed Crystal Bud  ♦  Rimed Rowa  ♦  Root Resin  ♦  Rowa Fruit  ♦  Ruin Fragment  ♦  Sacramental Bud  ♦  Sanctuary Stone  ♦  Silver Firefly  ♦  Silver Tear Husk  ♦  Sliver of Meat  ♦  Slumbering Egg  ♦  Stormhawk Feather  ♦  String  ♦  Strip of White Flesh  ♦  Thin Beast Bones  ♦  Toxic Mushroom  ♦  Trina's Lily  ♦  Turtle Neck Meat  ♦  Volcanic Stone  ♦  Yellow Ember


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    • Anonymous

      The information regarding the foot of the four belfries is false and needs to be updated. There’s only one and you can’t even get that angle shown in the first photo with the eagles.

      • Anonymous

        Best spot to farm these by far is Jarburg. There are 7 that can be collected in approx 28-30 seconds once you get into a rhythm, then reset them at the site of grace.

        At the site of grace facing the hut, go left off the rocks and collect the 2 on the way back up to the hut, then in the village below there are 5 more

        • I keep coming back to this item description because it makes me think that the term "Dusk-eyed" might refer to someone with gold/yellow eyes, but I've no idea what to do with that...

          • Anonymous

            Do these respawn? How "rare" are they? Are they farmable? Asking due to needing them to craft finger remedies for co-op.

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