In the first category, there are some familiar sights such as snape grass and potato cacti – available through farming for the first time. You’ll also find some new plants: reed beds, which produce toads, swamp tar and swamp lizards, and butterfly flowers, which yield ruby harvests and have a chance to spawn a Guthixian butterfly, which grants XP in your lowest-levelled skill when caught.
It’s a glorious springtime for high-level farmers, as today sees the release of ten new plants to grow, along with new produce and cross-skill training opportunities. With Farming skill requirements ranging from 76 to 96, and making use of some of the lesser-used plots, they’re blooming handy for high-level training.
HOW TO BUILD GRAPEVINE FRAME: 5 Planks (NORMAL “PLANK”-Use on Hop’s Patch & it will build it for you. Then use grapevine seed’s on the patch to plant!
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There’s also the wishing well bush, which yields its fruit in exchange for a sum of coins based on your total skill levels. Upon opening the fruit, you will find useful items of a varying value – up to three times that of the coins you put in – although beware that it is possible to lose as well as gain wealth from this!
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“Harvest Heaven (members only)
In the second category, you’ll find such wonders of nature as fly traps, which grant Thieving XP if you can snatch out their fruit with your fingers intact. There are barberry bushes too, which offer Agility XP to the nimble naturalist. Battle-botanists among you (we know you’re out there) will enjoy the al fresco training offered by harvesting sunchoke tubers and prickly pears, which grant Strength and Defence XP respectively.
This is me planting the newly released "Grapevine Seed" Which has a level 95 farming requirement to plant – Another one of the ten seeds released from today'…