Mammoth Ears are a broadleaf tropical plant found in temperate climates. Crushing a mammoth ear leaf and dabbing a few drops of the juice on a person's lips will act as a purgative and will bring up the contents of the stomach.
Mana Blooms are rare flowering plants found almost exclusively on the plane of Gaiar Alata, but some mages were also captable of growing the plants. There are two varieties of Mana Bloom: blue and purple. Blue Mana Blooms are used for harvesting Lichor while purple Mana Blooms give Ambrosia.
The coasts of Valenwood are dominated by mangrove swamps and tropical rain forest. Mangroves can be found on islands including Khenarthi's Roost and Summerset. Mangrove trees thrive in Black Marsh, particularly along the shores of the Oliis Bay, where they form a nigh-impenetrable wall. The Oliis mangroves stand in the water, like thousands of giant spiders with their legs interlocked. An Argonian folktale claims that's exactly what this wall of mangroves along the Oliis Bay once was. According to the story, the giant spiders earned the Hist's wrath in an ancient conflict and were transformed into trees.:52
Marshmerrow is a common type of cane that grows abundantly anywhere there's water in Morrowind, harvested for its sweet pulp. It has modest magical properties when eaten fresh or prepared, and is among the most common and cheap alchemy ingredients in the province. It is a very important crop in the Ascadian Isles of Vvardenfell, but it grows in the wild in other similar regions, such as Azura's Coast and the Grazelands. While it has no effect on the breeding habits of the Kwama, it can make for a good feed. Marshmerrow cakes are sweet treats which can be dusted with powdered pearl and sugar. The Marshmerrow shares its name with the Dunmeri martial art practiced by the Dissident Priests.
Meadow Rye is a green and white reed found growing in the city of Mournhold.
Midnight cap are mushrooms with a blue bioluminescence that grow in the Spiral Skein, Mephala's realm.
Midnight glories are tiny blue flowers common in gardens devoted to the goddess Dibella.
Midnight sages are purple flowering stalks common in gardens devoted to the goddess Dibella.
Milk Thistle is a plant with magenta flowers, found mainly in mountainous regions and along the Gold Coast.
Monkshood is a common flower found in Cyrodiil's Heartland and in the Nibenay Basin.
Moon Sugar Cane
Moon sugar cane is a sturdy cane that smells sweet when bruised. It is the source of the titular product, Moon Sugar, and can be found growing on plantations and farms in throughout Elsweyr.
Moonflower Blossoms are a spicy smelling flower that grows in Orc's Finger Ruins. They are allegedly not poisonous.
Mora Tapinella is a beige colored shelf fungus native to Skyrim, commonly found on rotting logs.
Morning Glory is a domesticated vine that flowers with a blue head. It can be found in the wilderness of the West Weald and Heartland regions.
Motherwort is a versatile plant found across Cyrodiil, excluding the Blackwood region and the Gold Coast.
Moth Nettle is a type of herb found in northwestern Tamriel. It can be used in potions to cure illnesses.
Mountain flowers are bushy flowering plants with four color varieties: Red, Blue, Purple and Yellow.
Muckspunge is a common plant growing in the West Gash region and along Azura's Coast, often farmed by the native Dunmer of Vvardenfell for its mildly toxic slime secreted when crushed.
Mushroom Trees are a species of giant mushroom native to Shivering Isles. They are theorized to be a part of the Root, a complex living organism, although they can live outside the realm. See also: Emperor Parasol
Mushroom Tree Sapling
Mushroom Tree saplings are found across the Shivering Isles. Greenmote, an extremely potent drug, is extracted from the saplings of the Mania region. The Dementia sapling produces the equally dangerous Black Tar, a toxin in both solid and liquid form that is collected from the tree itself or from the strings of tar that hang from its limbs.
- Healer Jenille's Note from ESO: High Isle
- Provinces of Tamriel
- Keyes, Greg. The Infernal City. Del Rey Books, 2009.
- Generic dialogue on the subject of marshmerrow in Morrowind
- The Alchemist's Formulary
- Kwama Breeding Research Notes
- Pearl-dusted Marshmerrow Cakes quest item in ESO: Morrowind
- An-Deesei's dialogue in Morrowind