Blue Bliss fruit Species in Getherican | World Anvil
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Blue Bliss fruit

The blue bliss fruits are grown in the northern and southern parts of Getherican where the winters are the coldest and the summers a are relative mild. Blue bliss is unlike any other plant in Getherican in the fact that it grows best in the cold winters with lots of snow minimal sunlight. Being in the same family as pomegranates, Blue bliss have a hard exterior shell that is the same deep blue color as the seeds that are protected inside the plant. Harvested annually during the Winter’s harvest festival, the blue bliss helps keep many small towns able to stay afloat financially. The blue bliss are hard to come by since so many of them are harvested and immediately sold to herbalists and medicine men, This also means they are very expensive and can run you up to 10 go in places near the equator. The blue bliss’s main use, and what makes it so expensive, is that when the seeds are ground into a pulp and applied to a wound, it blocks all pain for a few days. An added bonus is that once you have used all the seeds the shell is sweet and can be made into a jam.

Basic Information


A hard blue shell encases a white membrane that holds hundreds of small blue seeds.

Genetics and Reproduction

Replanting seeds at the beginning of fall will allow for a full harvest when the winter solstice arrives

Growth Rate & Stages

In the first month after planting, small blue buds will emerge from the ground. After a week or so a stalk about a foot long will have emerged from the ground. Once the stalk reaches upwards of four feet after another month you will see small blue bliss’s begin to grow every foot on the stalk. During the night of the winter solstice is the best time to harvest as many of the blue bliss as you can, if you planted the seeds to late then you will want to weight a free nights to harvest the blisses.

Ecology and Habitats

The best climate for the blue bliss is we’re ever gets the coldest during the night and stays cool during the day. Preferably blisses also like shaded areas with minimal sunlight as to not damage to shell formation.

Dietary Needs and Habits

Using snow is the best way to water the blue bliss.

Biological Cycle

Blue bliss only grow during the night, and don’t grow during the summer. The heat and sun of the summer will damage the shell and spoil the seeds before you even harvest.

Additional Information

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

When the blue bliss is turned into a paste and applied to wounds it will block all pain for the next 3 days
Scientific Name
Punica caeruleum

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