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A crimson flower that blooms like the rainbow clouds in Liyue. It can be made into silky-smooth fabric. Liyue's Feiyun Commerce Guild is a giant in silk and textile manufacturing. Legend has it that Feiyun Commerce Guild has a secret Silk Flower nursery somewhere in the mainland. Nobody in the industry can rival their yield and texture.

Silk Flowers are a Local Specialty of Liyue found near Wangshu Inn and in Liyue Harbor.

How to Obtain

Silk Flowers grow in pairs on small red bushes. They are found exclusively at the base of Wangshu Inn and in the flowerbeds of Yujing Terrace, Liyue Harbor's upper residential area. Just like any other local speciality, Silk Flowers will respawn 48 hours from time of harvest.

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

Shop Availability

2 Shops that sell Silk Flower:

Item NPC Mora Cost Stock Notes
Silk Flower Silk Flower Ms. Bai 1,000 5 Every 3 Days
Silk Flower Silk Flower Verr Goldet 1,000 5 Every 3 Days


Silk Flowers are included in the Serenitea Pot gardening update from Version 2.0. They can be grown and harvested in A Path of Value: Luxuriant Glebe gardening plot.

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

    Craft Usage

    There are 1 items that can be crafted using Silk Flower:

    Item Craft Type Recipe
    Fabric Fabric ×10 Dye Silk Flower Silk Flower ×1

    Ascension Usage

    2 Characters use Silk Flower for ascension:

    No Weapons use Silk Flower for ascension.



    Video Guides

    Farm Guide (28 total)
    Farm Guide (30–35 total)

    Other Languages

    Language Official Name Literal Meaning
    English Silk Flower
    Rainbow Raiment Flower[• 1]
    Japanese 霓裳花
    Nichang Flower
    Korean 예상
    Nichang Flower
    Spanish Flor de sedaSilk Flower
    French Fleur de soieSilk Flower
    Russian Шелковица
    Silk Flower[• 2]
    Thai Silk Flower
    Vietnamese Hoa Nghê ThườngNichang Flower
    German SeidenblumeSilk Flower
    Indonesian Silk Flower
    Portuguese Flor de SedaSilk Flower
    1. ZH: 霓裳 Nícháng refers to rainbow-colored clothing worn by xian (immortals). It may also refer to a song from the Tang dynasty, "Raiment of Rainbows and Feathers" (Chinese: 霓裳羽衣曲).
    2. RU: Here, Шелковица Shelkovitsa does not use its dictionary definition, which is the word for mulberry trees or fruit.
      Instead, it is formed from the adjective шёлковый shyolkovyy, "(relational) silk" + the noun-forming suffix -ица -itsa.

    Change History

    Released in Version 1.0


    1. Xiangling's official introduction
    2. Archon Quest, Chapter I, Act II: Moonfinger (Japanese Voice-Over)