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An extremely ancient flower, said to have once been a common sight in Liyue. It transforms the memories of the land into its fragrance during florescence. Legend has it that the flower will open at the sound of pure, beautiful music, and that there was once one who loved this flower more than any other. Now, however, the sight of a Glaze Lily in full bloom out in the wild is a rare one indeed.

Glaze Lilies are a Local Specialty of Liyue found in Liyue Harbor and Qingce Village.

How to Obtain

Glaze Lilies grow exclusively in the terraced fields of Qingce Village and in a few areas of Liyue Harbor, mostly in Yujing Terrace but not exclusively, as a small group is found near the Teleport Waypoint of Chihu Rock and a lone one is located on Mt. Tianheng, overlooking the city.

See the gallery or the Teyvat Interactive Map for specific locations.

Additionally, the following NPCs give Glaze Lilies after following a certain dialogue branch for the first time:

Shop Availability

1 Shops that sell Glaze Lily:

Item NPC Mora Cost Stock Notes
Glaze Lily Glaze Lily Ms. Bai 50,000 3 Weekly


Icon_Luxuriant Glebe_Small.pngLuxuriant Glebe for 2 days 22 hours
  • Item Glaze Lily Seed.png 1 Glaze Lily Seed
  • Creates Glaze Lily Glaze Lily ×1

    Craft Usage

    There are 1 items that can be crafted using Glaze Lily:

    Item Craft Type Recipe
    Geoculus Resonance Stone Geoculus Resonance Stone Crafting Mora Mora ×500
    Cor Lapis Cor Lapis ×5
    Crystal Chunk Crystal Chunk ×1
    Glaze Lily Glaze Lily ×5

    Ascension Usage

    1 Characters use Glaze Lily for ascension:

    No Weapons use Glaze Lily for ascension.


    • Glaze lilies bloom from 18:00 to 6:00, in-game time.
    • The plant carefully listens to people's singing. This was explained by Madame Ping during the Farewell, Archaic Lord quest.
    • Physical Description:
      • Glaze Lilies are a large singular pale blue flower with a yellow center that grows on a thick central stem, the leaves grow on separate shorter and thinner stems, the leaves have a small white mark where the stems connect to the leaves.


    Change History

    Released in Version 1.0