Below is a list of Plant-Life found on Icarus. To make it easier on everyone the list is divided into a few categories: Plant (Land plants, limited in heigth), Trees (larger plants) and Fruit (fruit)


Mint
[Mint]
More plants survived the ship Hyantis' crash than animals. Mint bushes were one such plant that the humans started using in their fields.

Sailor's Rope
[Say-lors rope]
Another type of seaweed that is used to make fishing nets. Extremely strong-but tangles easily if not properly stored. This seaweed is not eaten as it is very much like thick hair.

Sweetweed
[sweet-weed]
A long, thin, grass-like type of eddible seaweed if prepared properly. After pulling it from the ocean, one must wash it thouroghly in running fresh water (river or whatever other source of running fresh water). Then it must be steamed. Usually best when served five to ten minutes after steaming. If shiping to other parts of Icarus, it must be carefully washed, packaged and then washed once more after it is received. Recommended that people who buy it also wash it before steaming it. Can also be dried to last longer. Grows plentiful around warmer coasts only

Turncoat Berry Bush
[tuhrn-cote ber-ree bush]
A red berry bush (very sweet-tasting) that grows in most rain forests. The pea-sized, red berries are extremely poisonous if eaten and can cause indegestion, heart burn, headaches, nausea, and even death *feels like she's naming the side effects of a pill* There is no cure for eating the berries except to let them run through your system (and hope you don't die). Usually two or three berries won't do much harm, but a handfull or more can do serious damage (and can cause intestinal damage, bloating, or delerium).


Apples
[ap-pels]
More plants survived the ship Hyantis' crash than animals. Apples were one such plant that the humans started using in their fields.

Carrots
[ca-rot]
More plants survived the ship Hyantis' crash than animals. Carrots were one such plant that the humans started using in their fields.

Coffee Beans
[cof-fee beens]
More plants survived the ship Hyantis' crash than animals. Coffe Beans were one such plant that the humans started using in their fields.

Oranges
[o-ren-ges]
More plants survived the ship Hyantis' crash than animals. Oranges were one such plant that the humans started using in their fields.

Potatoes
[po-ta-toes]
More plants survived the ship Hyantis' crash than animals. Potatoes were one such plant that the humans started using in their fields.

Redskins
[red-skins]
A large red fruit with a soft fingernail-thick skin holding inside a sweet liquid. They can be picked without being squished, but the picker must be very careful or they will find themselves covered in the juice. The skin is tasteless, but can be used for healing upset stomachs, headaches, or nausea (as long as the symtoms are not caused by the red berry bush). If the skin is dried and made into a powder, then added a bit of water to it, enough to make it pasty, then it can be used to seal and clean cuts, scrapes, burns, and anything else of the like. To get the juice from this fruit, one must only hold the fruit over a basin (or cup, whichever they prefer to put it in) and poke a hole (not too big, not too small) in the side and let the juice run out.

Turncoat Berries
[Tuhrn-cote]
The pea-sized, red berries are extremely poisonous if eaten and can cause indegestion, heart burn, headaches, nausea, and even death *feels like she's naming the side effects of a pill* There is no cure for eating the berries except to let them run through your system (and hope you don't die). Usually two or three berries won't do much harm, but a handfull or more can do serious damage (and can cause intestinal damage, bloating, or delerium).