See the gleaming copper-like leaves which some primitive wizards were known to use instead of coins! Nobody's yet studied its potion-making potential. Gather some — you will make your name as the first to study this extraordinary plant."
-- Zygmunt Budge (BoP)
A magical plant with copper-colored leaves.
- Niffler's are attracted to shiny things, and the shiny leaves of this plant were used as an early form of Wizarding money (BoP).
- Used in the Potion of all Potential (BoP).
fancy "take a liking to," 1540s, a contraction of fantasien "to fantasize (about)," from fantasy (n.).
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