Faded Erdleaf Flower

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Material used for crafting items
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Blooms in rotten lands

Faded 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. 


An Erdleaf flower that has faded into a plate scarlet, found blooming in rotten lands.
Material used for crafting items.

Said to be fed by leaves that fell from the Erdtree in days of antiquity.


Where to find Faded Erdleaf Flower in Elden Ring

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

Dropped by
Enemy Drop rate Additional info
Lesser Kindred of Rot (Pests) 15.00% Except in Elphael, Brace of the Haligtree


Farming locations


Faded Erdleaf Flower Guide for Elden Ring

Faded Erdleaf Flower can be used to craft the following items:


Elden Ring Faded Erdleaf Flower Notes & Tips

  • You can hold up to 999 Faded Erdleaf Flower.
  • You can store up to 999 Faded Erdleaf Flower.
  • Sell Value: runes currency elden ring wiki guide 1810
  • Notes and player tips go here.


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  ♦  Erdleaf Flower  ♦  Eye of Yelough  ♦  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

      For what it's worth to lore fans, I talked to a translator (Lokey) about why this item says the flowers feed on fallen Erdtree leaves while the Erdleaf Flower's item description says that the flowers are the fallen leaves. He looked at the Japanese text and confirmed that both this item and the Erdleaf Flower say the flowers are the Erdtree's fallen leaves that have apparently become flowers. The line in the EN script here about the flowers feeding on Erdtree leaves seems to be a mistranslation.

      • Anonymous

        From the Caelid highway north grace, head south and there's around 12 of them in a bush and extra 4~6 near by

        • Anonymous

          And here I thought that they were used to make festering bloody fingers, in the same way that erdleaf flowers make the remedies

          • Anonymous

            It bothers me how many crafting materials are used for ONE recipe in the whole game. Hopefully the DLC adds more uses.

            • Anonymous

              Damn. On my first character I used to farm runes killing the vulgar militia close to the Clergyman.
              I picked up EVERY flower and eventually the inventory got full. Now I read it is used for rot pots?! Hell yeah!!

              • Anonymous

                Best farming spot by FAR is Aeonia Swamp Shore. A few between grace and swamp, then head due West and there are over 10 in a clump under a group of "branches", with others scattered all around the area

                • Anonymous

                  So these are used to craft rot pots? I certainly haven't found the recipe for it yet. Nothing online has info on it, so it's a late game recipe or doesn't have a use at all.

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