These are some of the notable plants found in Cambria.
- Lady’s Thorn- Lady’s Thorn is a prennial plant the usually grows to a height of about 2 feet. The stem and lower leaves of the plant are covered in small stinging hairs that ward off animals. The tops of the plant, however, if plucked from above, will reduce pain and swelling.
- Cardgol- Cardgol can often be hound in damp, grassy areas. It is a perennial plant that can grow as high as 7 feet. It is prized for the good taste of its leaves, and the leaves are often used to flavor mead (honey liquor). The plant leaves also functions as a natural antiseptic.
- St. Trinia’s Flower- A perennial plant that grows to about 3 feet, the leaves of St. Trinia’s Flower can reduce pain.
- Greencrown Moss- Often found on rocks near streams and rivers. The dried moss has great effect in boosting the immune system of the consumer, and speeding recovery from disease.
- Reddemon- A strange plant, reddemon grows in dry, arid areas. It has a thick stalk, dark red in color. The plant is covered top to bottom in barbed spikes that can grow to be 2 inches in length.
- Yellowmany- A hardy plant, Yellowmany can be found in almost any climate. Its quick rate of spread and bright yellow flowers give it its name. The leaves are edible, and can also be dried for use as a seasoning.
- Fencess- A small leafy evergreen shrub, Fencess grows mainly in tropical or subtropical regions accross the land. The leaves are often used to make tea in rural villages.
- Basseng- A slow-growing perennial plant, Basseng is often found in cooler climates. The plant has small rounded leaves, and red berries at the center of each plant.
- Ambwort- Ambwort grows as a vine in temperate and subtropical areas. The plant is relatively slow-growing, but can sometimes reach to be over 30 feet long. Ambwort leaves are easily identified by their glossy, serrated edged leaves.
- Larranth- Unique for its thick, fleshy leaves, Larranth is easily identifiable in the wild. The plant has clusters of 5-10 leaves, which store water within. Larranth grows in arid regions, and is prized by desert nomads as a survival plant, providing an emergency supply of liquid.
- Lordrake- The purple flowers of the Lordrake plant are often quite beautiful, but the spines surrounding the flower are not. The plant grows well in tundra and taiga regions.
- Kalgon- A perennial herb with needle-like leaves and blue flowers, Kalgon is often used to season both bread and meats. It is a hardy seaside plant, often found near beaches.
- Cinnrans- A common flower in temperate climates. Cinnrans grows to a height of 6 inches, and has long white petals with a yellow center. The flower spreads quickly, and fields of Cinnrans are not uncommon.
- Barrind- The bright orange blooms of the Barrind vine make it easy to identify. The vine grows well from larger trees, and has been known to eventually envelop structures.
- Abranosia- A large plant with tough, fibrous stalks, Abranosia is viewed as an invasive weed. Farmers detest the plant due to the difficulty in fully eliminating it from an area. Abranosia grows quickly, and stalks can reach up to 6 feet in height.
- Jinander- The Jinander flower is popular in flower gardens for its pure white leaves and pleasing scent. They grow to up to 2 feet high, and the stalks are green mixed with streaks of red.
- Belil- The Belil bush grows in damp cool areas of a forest. The leaves are arranged in a spiral going up the stem, and each ends in a small blue flower. The stem possesses sharp thorns which are a bright red in color.
- Larilia- Larilia flowers grow in a number of bright colors, and they are raised by florists for use in many a bouquet. The flowers have 4-6 petals, supported by a thin, delicate stalk. The flowers grow in quiet, calm forest areas.