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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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A White Lily seed is a type of seed used in the Farming skill. They require level 52 Farming to plant and are planted in a flower patch. It protects all neighbouring fruit and vegetables from disease. It also requires completing Falador Achievement Diary. Seeds are obtained from Wyson in the Falador Park by trading him mole skins while wearing the Falador Shield 3. They cannot be bought from other players.

White lilies turn to ashes when picked. The message given is: The flower turns to ash as you remove it from the ground.

Stage Description Image
1 The seed has only just been planted. Click for a larger image
2 Small blue flower buds begin to develop. Click for a larger image
3 The blue flower buds grow taller. Click for a larger image
4 The flower buds lose their blue colour, and grow larger in size. Click for a larger image
5 The lily plant is ready to turn to ash if you remove it. The flowers have opened showing white petals, blue inside the flower, and blue outside. Click for a larger image


  • In the real world, white lilies are used to cure burns or diseases.
  • Ironically, though 52 is the requirement to plant the seed, 60 farming is required to finish all of the Falador tasks. However, boosts can be used for farming skill. Thus it is possible to have done Falador tasks with less than 60 farming level, though players are required to have other high levels to complete the Falador Diary.
  • Unless you wish to plant another type of flower, it is not recommended to remove full-grown lilies from a patch; they offer better protection than that other flowers and there is nothing of high value gained from removing them.
  • White lily seeds are untradeable. If you do not want the seeds, it is recommended to high alch them as their value is 750 coins.

This article uses material from the "White lily seed" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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