A green, dense vegetable, commonly grown throughout Skyrim. Its leaves are an important foodstuff.
A white-colored mushroom commonly found growing in caves around Cyrodiil. It is said to mark the place where someone died.
Canis Cup Mushroom
Canis Cup (or "Canis Cap") Mushrooms are a type of fungus with an overpowering earthy odor. They are found on fallen logs around the site of Jorunn's Stand, which lies to the west of Skuldafn in Eastmarch. These mushrooms are known to keep wolves from attacking when eaten.
A brown root commonly found growing near rocky outcroppings, often beneath the snow line in tundras and marshes. In Skyrim, it is an old tradition to rub canis root on the trees surrounding your house as a ward against werebears.
A mushroom that is only found within Capstone Cave in Cyrodiil. It is known for its ability to stop bleeding.
A low-growing tree with pink leaves, found growing in secluded ancestor glades around Tamriel. Canticle trees attract ancestor moths, and the bark is used by members of the Ancestor Moth Cult to attract moth swarms.
Cardinal Flowers are bright red flowers that can be found growing in the temperate regions of Tamriel. They are also popular in home gardens.
Catapult Cabbages are giant flowers that grow in Murkmire. When it feels threatened, it will lash out with great force using its petals. The source of the ability comes from the animal-like structure hidden by the petals, which resembles a praying mantis with serrated limbs. The Catapult Cabbage is capable of knocking a full-grown Argonian off their feet.
Cave Bracket Mushroom
These blue fungi live on walls. They thrive in caves and in the Spiral Skein. They have also been sighted in places like Fang Lair.
Cherry Blossom Tree
Cherry Blossom Trees are native to both Summerset and in Stonefalls, Morrowind. Cherry Blossom trees in Summerset can come in both Pink and White varieties. In Stonefalls, Cherry Blossoms can come in Orange and Purple varieties and have Thorns in their trunk. Morrowind's Orange cherry blossom is referred to as the autumn cherry blossom, while the purple one is known as the jester cherry blossom.
A long, crimson-colored spiny vine. Cultivated by assassins for its poisonous berries. Copper-Tongued Skinks, a species of lizard renowned for their strong constitution and taste for anything poisonous, are known to eat the berries.
Chokeweed is a tough shrub growing in the rocky highlands of the West Gash.
Both red and yellow varieties are shelf mushrooms that grow on the sides of trees throughout the West Weald region of Cyrodiil.
Clickweed is an herb found in northwestern Tamriel. It can be used in potions to cure illnesses.
Clouded Funnel are small, white capped mushrooms found in high altitudes and the Blackwood area of Cyrodiil.
Columbine flowers have a distinctive uniquely shaped red head. They are common in the West Weald region of Cyrodiil.
Comberry is a shrub found growing in the Ascadian Isles, that produces a bitter tasting berry.
Comfrey is an herb found in northwestern Tamriel. It can be used in healing poultices.
Corkbulb is grown for its tough, fibrous roots. In Vvardenfell the root is often used as a substitute for wood as trees struggle to grow in its harsh environments. Corkbulb grows primarily in the Ascadian Isles of Vvardenfell.
A small plant with blue petals found growing all across Tamriel.
A tall, thin plant with visible corn bulbs found growing in the fields of farms around Cyrodiil.
A small plant with puffy white flowers whose fibers can be spun into thread and used to make homespun clothing.
A tendril-like vine that fans out across the ground. It is found in volcanic areas of Tamriel.
A slightly poisonous flower with a spicy aroma that can only be found in Ayleid ruins in Rivenspire.
A special variant of Nirnroot that can be found exclusively in Blackreach. Similar to regular Nirnroot, the crimson variety makes an audible humming sound. Its magical potential in alchemy is far greater than the common Nirnroot.
Cypress trees are found growing near marshy areas all around Tamriel. They are a popular topiary tree, but are also seen growing naturally.