In Genshin Impact, Glaze Lilies are ancient flowers exclusively found in Liyue. You can use them to ascend some characters, specifically, Ningguang and Yun Jin, and craft a Geoculus Resonance stone which, when equipped, can be used to locate Geoculi. Given how valuable the flowers are, it is understandable that players are looking to learn how to farm them. Lucky for you, we have prepared this guide to show you where to farm Glaze Lily in Genshin Impact.
Genshin Impact: Where to Farm Glaze Lily
Glaze Lillies only grow in the terraced fields of Qingce Village plus a few areas of Liyue Harbor, including Yujing Terrace, near Teleport Waypoint and on Mt. Tianheng, overlooking the city. So, these are the best places to start if you want to plant them. You can also grow them by purchasing Glaze Lily Seed from Serenitea Pot Realm Depot. From here, plant them in your teapot. It will only take you three days to harvest. So, while you can get them by planting them on a teapot, it is not the best strategy as it limits the number of flowers you get. For a cheaper and more effective way, your best bet is to harvest them in the wild.
Where to Farm Glaze Lillies in the Wild
Yujing Terrace is the best place to farm and harvest Glaze Lily in Genshin Impact. You can find the area on Liyue Harbor’s upper floors. To get there, trek from lower Liyue Harbor point or use the Mt. Tianheng waypoint to glide down the terrace easily. The Liyue site contains dozens of Glaze Lillies that are yet to bloom. Their bloom time is between 18:00 to 6:00 in-game time.
In addition to picking them from the wild, you can get Glaze Lillies by speaking with NPCs. One of these is Madame Ping, an elderly woman in Yujing Terrace. You will find her beside her tea set during the daytime. By choosing her second dialogue, she will grant you five Glaze Lillies. Your other option is to get them from Ms. Bai in Quince village for an enormous amount. She sells them for 50,000 Mora each, a rip-off of epic proportions considering that you can get them for free in the wild or from Madame Ping. If you choose to buy them from Ms. Bai — which you shouldn’t — know that she has three Lillies stocked at a time.