Sacred Lily is a rare water plant with a bright blue flower. This swamp flower is considered sacred to the Naga-Kur and is collected during the trials of their young, prospective warriors. The plant grows in the pools at the end of the Path of the Lily in Murkmire.
Sacred Lotus is a water plant with a showy display of petals and a gold center in the flower. There are always some lily pads nearby. It can be found growing in most ponds and lakes in Cyrodiil.
Salloweed is a variety of aloe plant that grows on Auridon. Its leaves and stalks produce a thick sap which can be used in medicinal salves. The salloweed's unique properties also allow it to be used as topical sedative. The plant itself is not dangerous, except if it is eaten.
Saltrice is an abundant, yet nutritious plant and crop that grows in the province of Morrowind and Elsweyr. The commonality of Saltrice plays importance to the culture of Morrowind, and even the history of the Great House Dres, who live in the southeast region around their capital city, Tear. They built their expansive fortune from years of harvesting this plant and the slave industry that they currently spearhead. Fermented saltrice is brewed into the popular drink, Mazte, which has a negative effect on one's wit and judgement. There is a market for Saltrice across the Empire, exported by the East Empire Company. Normally, it comes from the southeastern region, but by the late-Third Era, there have been several more plantations growing from the Ascadian Isles on Vvardenfell. The plant shares its name with the Dunmeri martial art, Salt Rice, which is practiced by the Dissident Priests.
The Samar Pekoe is a rare shrub found in the southern jungles of Anequina, specifically in the caves known as the Tangle. The leaves are said to smell pleasant and citrusy. They are harvested for tea, which is very popular among the Baandari Pedlars.
Scarlet Sawleaf are small red plants that grow in the Spiral Skein, Mephala's Realm.
Scathecraw is a long, tough reddish grass growing in the thermal ash regions of the Ashlands, Molag Amur, and Red Mountain regions of Vvardenfell. The plant also spread to the ashlands of southern Solstheim after the Red Year. The rieklings of Solstheim call it redgrass and ritualistically burn it. The soft inner flesh of the plant can be used in alchemy.
Scuttle Blooms are plants that grow in Murkmire. Easily startled, they will retract their "legs" and burrow into the ground to protect themselves when they detect danger. Scuttle blooms produce a honey-like substance.
Sedge grass are greenish-white shoots of tundra grass that grow in Wrothgar. Echatere are known to graze upon it, giving it the nickname "Tundra Hay." Patches that grow near the open water are naturally saltier. Sedge grass is sometimes used in Orcish cuisine.
Seriweed is a broad-leafed bush that is covered in hairs, and grows in Black Marsh. It is incredibly rare, and is a powerful curative, which will warm the mixture when added to the proper reagents and give those afflicted by poison a swift and painless recovery.
A bio-luminescent purple fungus species spotted in Murkmire and the Spiral Skein. Sitting upon tall, strong stalks, the caps of these mushrooms have a glowing, feathery growths draping down between large fronds.
A low-lying plant with orange flowers whose fibers can be spun into thread and used to make Silverweave clothing.
Singer tubers are a violet-streaked hybrid of leek, carrot, and nirnroot created by the Druids. It is known to be used in salads, where it is thinly sliced and tossed with shallots and a moon-sugar vinaigrette.
A flower with fragrant blossoms, found in the Stormhaven region of High Rock.
The Sleeping Tree is a strange leafless tree found in Whiterun Hold in Skyrim. It grows in a misty pool beside a small cave now named after the tree. A giant encampment also named for the tree surrounds it. Several legends exist on the origins of the Tree. Some say that a piece of rock was blasted from Red Mountain during the Red Year and landed in Skyrim, and the Tree grew from the resulting crater. Others say that it grew from a spore which fell from a "floating island", referring to Umbriel, in which case the Tree is one of the Hist of Umbriel.
Snow lilies are a variety of white lily.
Somnalius is fern-like green leaves arranged around two or three central stalks on top of which a single bulb of seeds grows. It originates in the Black Marsh, and may also be found throughout the Great Forest and West Weald of Cyrodiil. Its scent can be used to put people to sleep.
Soul Husks are tubular, fungus-like structures that grow in the Soul Cairn. They are notable as being one of the only forms of life found in the realm. They can be eaten as a source of food, or used to protect the imbiber's soul from being drained through interaction with the Ideal Masters. Eating them also grants resistance to magical attacks. Soul Husks can be purified into an extract through alchemy, which provides more substantial magical effects. Souls trapped in the Soul Cairn have been known to use the husks as a form of currency.
The Spiddal plant, a sickly yellow flower with sharp stems, grows in abundance in the more hostile Planes of Oblivion, particularly Mehrunes Dagon's Deadlands. The plant releases a poisonous yellow gas as a defense mechanism, although dead and domesticated specimens don't. Their stems (or "sticks") are highly sought by alchemists.
Spiky Grass grows by water in the colder regions of Tamriel. Its grass pods can be used in alchemy. Wild Spiky Grass is a rare variant of the species and can grow to immense heights in the right environment. Sometimes Spiky Grass can become ashen due to exposure to volcanic activity, which imbues its grass pods with different alchemical effects.
Spiny Lloramor is large green cactus found throughout the city of Mournhold. The spikes are of interest to many alchemists.
A buttery-colored species of mushroom. The Button variety is native to the volcanic island of Vvardenfell, and is quite large. Spongecap mushrooms also grow in smaller varieties, often appearing in patches.
Springmint is a rare, fragrant herb that only grows in the soil conditions present at high altitudes in southern Elsweyr. It has incredible healing properties, and was useful to healers in the second era who tended to patients wounded by Dragons.
St. Jahn's Wort
Starblossom is a very rare plant which can be found in Murkmire. They are used in rituals by the Dead-Water tribe, whereupon they burn the petals and inhale the smoke which grants them visions, the power to fight "Kaju dream-beasts" and learn their "killing-names".
Static Pitchers are a species of carnivorous plant which can be found in Murkmire. They capture prey by electrocuting creatures they detect wandering close.
Steel Blue Entoloma
Stendarr's Wort is an herb found in northwestern Tamriel. It can be used in healing poultices.
A tall species of mushroom native to the island of Vvardenfell with white spots near the edge of the caps. The caps of these mushrooms resemble umbrellas, with drooping "fringe."
The Strawberry Bush is a short shrub found across the West Weald, with strawberries flowering from them.
A pale flower that smells faintly of sugar, and only grows within the caves of Elsweyr.
This edible plant is exceptionally sweet. It grows near Cropsford, and was the secret ingredient in a renowned chef's recipe for goblin food.
Swamp Anemone are anemone that grow on land that resemble sea anemones. They grow in both Deshaan and Vvardenfell and grow outside of swamp areas despite being called Swamp Anemone. They make a distinct slithery sound as they move their tentacles.
Sweetbarrel is a commonly found cactus-like plant that grows in Mournhold. Sweetpulp can be harvested from the plant.
A plant native to the Systres, which can be used to create antidotes.
- Sacred Lily item description
- The quest Death Among the Dead-Water in Murkmire
- Salloweed item description
- Salloweed Aloe from Plague of Phaer
- Hendil's Journal — Hendil
- Hendil's dialogue during Plague of Phaer
- Jaxsik-Orrn's dialogue at the beginning of Whispers in the Wood in ESO: Murkmire
- Salt Rush item description
- A Guide to Gathering Frogs — Nesh-Deeka
- Saltrice description in Morrowind
- Provinces of Tamriel
- Understanding House Dres — Solamar Dres, Grand Historian for the House
- Mazte description in Morrowind
- East Empire Company description in Morrowind
- The Alchemist's Formulary
- An-Deesei's dialogue in Morrowind
- Kwama Breeding Research Notes
- Nisuzi's dialogue in ESO: Elsweyr
- Gordag's Journal — Gordag
- Druid Food of Vastyr — Castus Marius, Travel Writer
- Events of Helping the Healers in ESO
- Stench Sedge item description