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This page lists fictional plant and fungus species featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

Fairy Tale Land Species

Camelot Species

Crimson Crown

The Crimson Crown is a Camelot fungus. It first appears in the third episode of the fifth season. It is used to communicate across barriers, even through spells. It is also known to be poisoned. David finds it in Brocéliande. Weeks later, Henry uses it to discover Merlin's message about how to save Emma from the Darkness.
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Merlin's Tree

Merlin's Tree is a Camelot plant. It first appears in the second episode of the fifth season. Nimue used the Dark One's Dagger and a tear of Merlin's broken heart to turn him into a tree. The tree can telepathically communicate with people. Emma used the same elements to turn him back into a man.
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Middlemists

Middlemists are a Camelot plant species. They first appear in the fourth episode of the fifth season. They used to grow in the village of Oxleigh, and were brought to Merlin's village by Nimue. Centuries later, an entire field of middlemists can be found near the Camelot castle. The middlemist flower shares its name with the real-life, rose-like flower known as middlemist red.[1]
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Enchanted Forest Species

Beanstalk

The Beanstalk is an Enchanted Forest plant. It first appears in the fifth episode of the second season. It is an enormous beanstalk that reaches into the sky, and the Giants realm. It has a protective enchantment so that it can't be easily climbed. Cora enchanted cuffs that allow people to climb it.
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Enchanted Trees

Enchanted Trees are an Enchanted Forest plant species. It first appears in the first episode of the first season. These are trees whose wood can be carved into magic-based items. The very last enchanted tree in the Enchanted Forest was used to make the magic wardrobe, which suggests there are no more enchanted trees in existence.[2]
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Known Enchanted Trees:
  • An enchanted tree was used to make the magic wardrobe.
  • A branch of an enchanted tree can be carved into a quill for the Author.
  • The Jolly Roger was made from an enchanted tree.
  • Pinocchio was carved from an enchanted tree.

Gaston's Rose

Gaston's Rose is an Enchanted Forest plant. It appears in the twelfth episode of the first season. When Gaston breaks into the Dark Castle to demand Belle be released, Rumplestiltskin turns him into a rose. Belle later cuts the bottom stem and puts the upper half of the rose in a vase.
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Poppies

Poppies are an Enchanted Forest plant species. They first appear in the sixth episode of the second season. These plants can be ground into dust and blown onto a person's face, which makes them to fall asleep. When used on a someone previously under a sleeping curse, it puts them into a deep enough sleep to travel to the Netherworld.
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Known Poppies:

Magic Bean Plants

Magic Bean Plants are an Enchanted Forest plant species. They first appear in the nineteenth episode of the first season. They are plants that grow magic beans, which have the property of opening portals.
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Known Magic Bean Plants:

Night Root

Night Root are an Enchanted Forest plant species. They appear in the fourteenth episode of the third season. They are native to Sherwood Forest, and have the magical property of giving whoever ingests them visions of their worst fears, which only disappear when the fear is conquered.
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Known Night Root:
  • Rapunzel ingested Night Root before the curse and spent decades trapped in her tower alone.
  • Zelena tricked David into drinking the powder of Night Root, which made him eventually create a totem of courage for her to use in her spell.

Poisoned Apple

The Poisoned Apple is an Enchanted Forest plant. It first appears in the ninth episode of the first season. This poisonous fruit once belonged to the Blind Witch, though whether she procured it or made it herself is not known. Hansel and Gretel steal it for the Evil Queen, who later imbues it with the sleeping curse to get revenge on Snow White.[3]
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Tree of Wisdom

The Tree of Wisdom is an Enchanted Forest plant. It appears in the thirteenth episode of the fourth season. This magical tree can answer any question as long as the person who asks the question is pure of heart. Snow White and Prince Charming seek the tree for answers on how to defeat the Evil Queen's curse, but they are denied an answer because the tree senses the presence of Snow White's unborn child, whose heart is neither light or dark.
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True Love Sapling

The True Love Sapling is an Enchanted Forest plant. It appears in the seventh episode of the sixth season. It is a magic sapling born by the first spark of True Love between Snow White and Prince Charming. When the Dark Curse swept through the Enchanted Forest, the sapling was transported to an underground tunnel in Storybrooke.
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Land Without Magic Species

Dopey's Tree

Dopey's Tree is a Land Without Magic plant. It appears in the second episode of the fifth season. This plant is Dopey in tree form after he crosses the town line under the third curse.
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Magical Rose

The Magical Rose is a Land Without Magic plant. It first appears in the first episode of the fifth season. This plant was created by Mother Superior to symbolize Mr. Gold's lifespan. She gives it to Belle, who keeps it until Mr. Gold wakes up from his coma.
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Neverland Species

Dreamshade

Dreamshade are a Neverland plant species. They first appear in the fifteenth episode of the second season. It grows in thorny bushfuls that ooze a liquid poison. In its natural form, the poison causes excruciating pain in the victim for a prolonged period, with a slow death.[4] In a concentrated dose, dreamshade still affects the victim quickly, but causes the person to expire at a faster rate.[5]
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Known Dreamshade:
  • Liam purposely cuts himself with dreamshade to prove it is harmless, but when he becomes instantly ill, Hook tries to save him with Neverland's spring water. This binds Liam to stay in Neverland forever to remain alive, but after he leaves the island, he perishes to his dreamshade wound.
  • Hook procures dreamshade in a concentrated dose before leaving Neverland, which he later uses in an attempt to kill Mr. Gold.
  • The Lost Boys coat their arrows with dreamshade, with one of these piercing David during a battle.

Underworld Species

Ambrosia

Ambrosia are an Underworld plant species. They appear in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. Also known as the food of the Gods, the Ambrosia are so powerful that they absorb all the magic around them. One of their magical properties is to allow their eater to escape the Underworld. They grow at a far down point of the Underworld. To access to the field, one test must be completed. Unbeknownst to everyone, Hades cut the tree of the Ambrosia, so the plant disappeared.
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Wonderland Species

Birdbark Tree

Birdbark Tree are a Wonderland plant species. They appear in the seventh episode of the spin-off series. It is a tree that is able to fly by agitating its leaves.
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Known Birdbark Tree:

Boro Grove's Spore Flowers

Boro Grove's Spore Flowers are a Wonderland plant species. They appear in the sixth episode of the spin-off series. The spore flowers grow on trunks of Boro Grove trees, and they exude a purple-pinkish cloud of fog that gives off a fragrant perfume. Those that inhale the scent are plagued with almost instant amnesia and are drawn into a lively stupor of wanting to stay in the Boro Grove. If the person stays in this state after a short period of time, he or she will begin turning into a Boro Grove tree. The spore flowers affect humans, except for those who don't have their hearts.
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Known Boro Grove's Spore Flowers:
  • Spore Flowers appear on all Boro Grove trees, trapping people in the forest.
    • The Carpenter is one of their victims.
    • Alice was nearly turned into a tree until Will saved her.

Grapevines

Grapevines are a Wonderland plant species. They appear in the eighth episode of the spin-off series. This plant has the ability to transmit sounds through its vines.
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Known Grapevines:
  • When Cyrus is trapped in its vines, and while wrestling to untangle himself, the grapevine broadcasts his sounds of struggle miles away in the maze. Tweedledum hears Cyrus through the grapevine and prepares to report this to the Red Queen.

Magic Mushrooms

Magic Mushrooms are a Wonderland fungus species. They first appear in the seventeenth episode of the first season. They are used to alter a person's size.
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Known Magic Mushrooms:
  • Jack gives a mushroom to Anton to befriend him with Prince James to deceive him into believing they need his help to restore the kingdom's funds.
  • Some times after his arrival to Wonderland, Will Scarlet nearly eats one mushroom, without knowing its power. Anastasia stops him from doing it.
  • Believing Cyrus is one of the Queen of Heart's men, Alice threatens to use a mushroom to destroy the genie's bottle.
  • After she succeeds to save him, the Evil Queen gives a mushroom to her father to give him back his normal size.
  • To save Alice from the Cheshire Cat, Will Scarlet throws a piece of magic mushroom into the feline's mouth, turning him into a little kitten.
  • To take back the Lost and Found from the Caterpillar, Cyrus decides to distract the creature by proposing a deal, while a little Alice - after she ate a piece of mushroom - takes back the compass.
  • After his arrival to Storybrooke, Anton is tricked by Regina. She offers him a mushroom to give him back his giant size, after he agreed to take his revenge on "James".

Tum Tum Tree

The Tum Tum Tree is a Wonderland plant. It appears in the second episode of the spin-off series. This tree grows in Mimsy Meadows. Alice lied about burying Cyrus' bottle under the Tum Tum tree in order to give Jafar a false lead.
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Other Species

Pixie Flowers

Pixie Flowers are a plant species of unknown origin. They first appear in the eight episode of the third season. Pixie dust flowers grow in "prisons of great evil" - the only reason why they grow in the first place. In Neverland, they grow in the highest of branches where they're closest to the stars, and only bloom at night under the starlight, which is how the pixie dust within them gets its magic. In Storybrooke, they have a different look and color, and grow on the ground. ("Think Lovely Thoughts", "Awake")
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Known Pixie Flowers:
  • As Malcolm climbs a tree, he spots a flower on a branch and reaches into it, takes out a handful of pixie dust, and pours it over himself.

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