All Flower locations for Hugo’s Collection in Plague Tale Requiem

Here's how to find all five flowers for Hugo's Collection in Plague Tale Requiem!

Hugo, the child infected with the Macula, loves flowers, and this fondness for beauty has continued in Plague Tale: Requiem. As you progress through the chapters of Requiem, you'll find many flowers off the beaten path, so here's a guide on locating all flowers for Hugo's Collection in Plague Tale: Requiem.

Where to find all Flowers in Plague Tale Requiem – Herbalist Trophy & Achievement

There are five Herbarium flowers in Plague Tale: Requiem that you must find to get the Herbalist Trophy & Achievement. One flower can be found in five chapters. We'll label each flower with the chapter part they are found. So even if you miss it on your first playthrough, you can use the chapter selection to return to that part to acquire it.

All Flower locations in Plague Tale Requiem

Arrowhead - Chapter 2-1 Arrival in Tower

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At the beginning of Chapter 2-1, Lucas mentions a vegetable garden and moves toward the flower located there. This flower is an Arrowhead and is unmissable, as you have to acquire it to progress further into the chapter.

Chamomile - Chapter 3-6 At the Herbalist

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The second flower, the Chamomile, is located well into Chapter 3 when you gain access to the Herbalist's garden, trying to find Nightshade. In the middle of the garden, you will see a tree with a wooden ladder propped up against it. To the left of this ladder, dangling from the tree is a hanging basket. Sling the lock that keeps it in place, and loot the basket to acquire the flower.

Gentian - Chapter 3-2 Nightwork

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After reaching the docks in Chapter 3, you'll now need to find the Order's Boat. The third flower is located not far in this part of the chapter. When you reach the water, head right and keep an eye on the greenery on your right. Eventually, you'll find a purple interactable flower, the Gentian.

Anemone Chapter 5- 3 Bridge under construction

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Out of all the flowers, this flower is the hardest to find. In Chapter 5, play through the chapter until you make your way across the river using the pontoon and head towards the broken bridge. Here you will find a cart. Push the cart forwards toward the rock wall and to the left. Before you climb up, shoot a lock in the beams above, just before the small wooden board.

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Climb up on the cart, over the wooden board, and continue up the cliff edge to find the Anemone flower.

Related: All Feather locations for Hugo's Collection in Plague Tale Requiem

Carnation - Chapter 16-1 Marseille

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Like the first flower, the Arrowhead, the fifth and final flower is also unmissable in Chapter 16. Not long into this chapter, you will find the Carnation. The Carnation is the first flower Hugo picked for Amicia in Plague Tale: Innocence.

When the Carnation is plucked, you will have earned yourself the Herbalist Trophy & Achievement in Plague Tale: Requiem.

For more Plague Tale: Requiem guides on Pro Game Guides, check out Is there a New Game Plus in Plague Tale Requiem? or Is it possible to kill the Rats at any point in Plague Tale Requiem?

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