The Spiral Plant is composed of many thin white fibers interwoven to form a tall tubular structure that opens out into a funnel shape at the top. Below are thin red leaves that wrap around the body of the plant, giving the distinctive spiral that the plant is named after.
Spiral Plant Clippings can be planted in an Exterior Growbed. Given the difficulty of accessing them, this can save significant trouble after harvesting the first sample.
Uses In Crafting
Reminiscent of muscle striations, the spiral plant contains a strong-but-lightweight fibrous material that is useful for insulation and pressure equalization.
The spiral plant lives in symbiosis with the Vent Garden, which provides a safe environment for the spiral plant to grow. In turn, the mesh-like fibers of the plant filter out heavy metals from the vent emissions below.
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