Players can find hundreds of items to craft and cook while playing The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. One of those items, Silent Princess, is one of the more challenging materials to track down. Here’s where you can find the Silent Princess in Tears of the Kingdom.
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Silent Princess Location: Floret Sandbar
One reliable place to grab some Silent Princess is the Floret Sandbar. Floret Sandbar lies west of Kakariko Village and southeast of Lookout Landing.
After heading west of Kakariko village, look for a small isolated island west of the main path. This island is Floret Sandbar, your end destination. The little landmass is home to a cranky florist (who you may recognize from Breath of the Wild) and her growing garden.
Once you reach the Floret Sandbar, head to the outer rim and look for the white flower outside a wooden path. Placement may vary, but you should see some Silent Princess lying on the ground. Pick it up and add it to your inventory for later!
If this is your first time picking Silent Princess up, you’ll get a new item notification giving you some info on the resource. After that first notification, you’ll get a popup each time you grab some more. That’s all you need to know! Now go and save Hyrule!
For those willing to put in a little extra work, completing ‘The Dragon’s Tears’ main quest nets you several dozen Silent Princess flowers. You must collect 11 Dragon Tear memories scattered around Hyrule to finish this mission.
Once you finish getting all 11 tears, a final tear will spawn on the map in the Rist Peninsula. Head to (4534, 2141, 0001) to approach the last tear in the island’s center and complete this main quest line.
After you complete the Tears of the Dragon questline, Silent Princess blooms around Link, and each is collectible. I found over three dozen in my game, making this excursion worth the extra work. Gather the Silent Princess in the Rist Peninsula before you leave because you don’t want to miss out on all that additional herbage
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