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Particularly fragrant flowers. They can be easily located, even in the dark, thanks to their sweet scent. Commonly used in Teyvat to make sugar.

Sweet Flowers are a Cooking Ingredient commonly found in the wild all over Teyvat.

How to Obtain

Sweet Flowers grow on grassy terrains throughout Teyvat and are commonly found in all regions.

See the Video Guides section or the Teyvat Interactive Map for specific locations.

Shop Availability

1 Shops that sell Sweet Flower:

Item NPC Mora Cost Stock Notes
Sweet Flower Sweet Flower Flora 200 10 Every 3 Days


Icon_Jade Field_Small.pngJade Field for 2 days 22 hours
  • Item Sweet Flower Seed.png 1 Sweet Flower Seed
  • Creates Sweet Flower Sweet Flower ×1

    Craft Usage

    There are 3 items that can be crafted using Sweet Flower:

    Item Craft Type Recipe
    Dinner of Judgment Dinner of Judgment Cooking Fowl Fowl ×2
    Sweet Flower Sweet Flower ×2
    Sugar Sugar Processing Sweet Flower Sweet Flower ×2
    Sweet Madame Sweet Madame Cooking Fowl Fowl ×2
    Sweet Flower Sweet Flower ×2


    • Whopperflowers may disguise themselves as Sweet Flowers and will attack when the player interacts with them. A disguised Whopperflower will have the Icon Dialogue Talk.png icon instead of the usual hand icon.
    • As of Version 2.3, the only area of Teyvat where Sweet Flowers are entirely absent is Dragonspine.
    • Sweet Flowers have existed for a long, long time.[1]
    • According to Xiangling, cooking Silk Flowers and Sweet Flowers together results in an overwhelming sweetness that leaves consumers with a toothache for three days straight.[2]
    • A drink called Sweet Flower Milk exists, which is apparently very sweet.[3]
    • The bioalchemist Sucrose developed a keen interest in Sweet Flowers, creating almost 300 rearing plans for the plant, as well as engineering a number of unique new strains. She also makes confectionery from the plant's nectar to keep her blood sugar levels optimal.


    Video Guides

    Farm Guide

    Other Languages

    Language Official Name
    English Sweet Flower
    Tiántián huā
    Tiántián huā
    Japanese スイートフラワー
    Suiito furawaa
    Korean 달콤달콤꽃
    Spanish Flor dulce
    French Fleur sucrante
    Russian Цветок-сахарок
    Thai Sweet Flower
    Vietnamese Hoa Ngọt
    German Zuckerblume
    Indonesian Sweet Flower
    Portuguese Flor Doce

    Change History

    Released in Version 1.0