In Genshin Impact, keeping track of resource farming locations and methods can be rather difficult. Dandelion seeds, while not the most important resource, are still useful to have laying around in your backpack.
In this guide, we’ll explain how to get dandelion seeds, where to find them, and, most importantly, what are they used for.
How to get dandelion seeds
Dandelion seeds are pretty easy to get. All you need to do is damage a dandelion with Anemo damage, such as the Traveler’s elemental skill, and pick up the seeds from the flower’s stem. As with all local specialities, dandelions will grow back in three days.
Where to find dandelions in Genshin Impact
Dandelions can be found all over Mondstadt. The first place I’d recommend going to is, naturally, the city of Mondstadt. There are roughly 8-10 dandelions near the city’s main and northern gates.
The next area with loads of dandelions is north-west of Dragonspine, although it’s a pain to reach. If you have it unlocked, teleport to the Ridge Watch domain. Otherwise, you’ll have to do quite a bit of climbing to get there from either Diluc’s Winery or Wuwang Hill.
The final notable area is Dadaupa Gorge. Head on over to the Cape Oath teleport waypoint and start making your way back towards Mondstadt. It’s not the most efficient route, but it does allow you to do your daily commisions, if you have any in the area, along the way.
Dandelion seed uses in Genshin Impact
Dandelion seeds currently have only four uses. The first two are for crafting Gushing Essential Oils and Windbarrier Potions, which increase your party’s Anemo damage and resistance, respectively. The third use is for crafting Anemoculous Resonance Stones, which require five seeds each.
The final use for these seeds is to ascend Jean. To get her up to level 90, you’ll need 168 of these bad boys, so good luck farming them.