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13.2. Plants
  • Spiceflower from the Dothraki plains is used to make a perfume (I: 27)
  • Pinchfire (I: 29)
  • Cinnamon (I: 29)
  • Orange snap peppers (I: 82)
  • The hranna grass of the Dothraki Sea blooms dark red. In the dry season the grass turns the color of old bronze (I: 190)
  • There are hundreds of other grasses, grasses that are yellow or indigo, blue grasses and orange grasses (I: 190)
  • It is said that beyond Asshai, in the Shadow Lands, there is a ghost grass that murders all other grasses and glows in the darkness (I: 190)
  • Firepods (I: 329)
  • Sting-me-not (I: 593)
  • Firepod and sting-me-not are used in healing poultices (I: 593)
  • A leaf from the isles of the Jade Sea used to make poison (II: 15)
  • Rare spices from the Summer Isles (II: 15)
  • Lavender (II: 314)
  • Mint (II: 314)
  • Saffron (II: 422)
  • Cracked green olives (III: 112)
  • Raspberries (III: 258)
  • Nightshade (III: 261)
  • Black lotus (III: 261)
  • Saffron (III: 306, 313)
  • Peppers (III: 313)
  • Blends of herbs and spices exist, in the form of curry (III: 313)
  • Cardamom (III: 313)
  • Pitted olives stuffed with maggots (III: 313)
  • Waspwillow (III: 648)
  • Dusky roses (III: 648)
  • Wild mint (III: 648)
  • Lady's lace (III: 648)
  • Daggerleaf (III: 648)
  • Broom (III: 648)
  • Prickly ben (III: 648)
  • Harpy's gold (III: 648)
  • Chests of costly spices: nutmeg, clove, and saffron (IV: 430)
  • Pearl onions and parsnips (V: 25-26)