Plants / Potion ingredients
Herbology Potions

Pritcher’s Porritch

This is rare indeed! The plant they call preacher's porridge. See the pods, containing some thick, lumpy substance? I've only ever read about this. Its properties have never been classified, but they're rumoured to be dangerous. Collect a sample, but be careful how you use it!"
-- Zygmunt Budge (BoP)

Commentary

Etymology

Possibly a British colloquial pronunciation of "Preacher's Porridge," perhaps meaning a plant eaten by the clergy

Pensieve (Comments)

Tags: blue plants

Editor:

Sources