You'll need to know where to get large pots in Hogwarts Legacy when you need to grow certain plants. Whether that's Mandrakes for Professor Garlick's assignments so you have a regular supply of Venomous Tentaculars, large plant pots in Hogwarts Legacy are a great way to keep yourself stocked with a never-ending supply of useful things.
All you need to do in Hogwarts Legacy is pick up the spellcraft for Large Potting Tables from Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade. Once you have that just grab some seeds, head back to the Room of Requirement and get conjuring. For a more detailed step-by-step guide, we've explained how to get large pots in Hogwarts Legacy below.
How to get large pots in Hogwarts Legacy
You can get large pots in Hogwarts Legacy, also known as large potting tables, from Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade. You can buy a range of spellcrafts there, including potting tables with various sizes of pots. Buy the large pot option and you'll be able to place a large pot table in your room of requirement in Hogwarts Legacy.
How to place large pots in Hogwarts Legacy
Once you have the large potting table spellcraft, you can place large pots in your Hogwarts Legacy Room of Requirement using the Conjuring Spell from your Hogwarts Legacy spells menu. In the Herbology section there are five sub menus down the left-hand side of the panel - the third one is for large potting tables. Choose the style that you want and then it's just a case of finding a good spot to place it.
Once that's done, just sow your seeds in your brand-new large pot.
Where to buy Fluxweed and Venomous Tantacula seeds in Hogwarts Legacy
One of Professor Garlick's assignments will require you to grow Fluxweeds and use Venomous Tantacula in order to learn Flipendo.
Handily, you can buy both Fluxweed and Venomous Tantacula seeds from Dogweed and Deathcap in the north of Hogsmeade. You can also just get Hogwarts Legacy Venamous Tentacula from the greenhouses if you know where to look.
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