Blueleaf trees

Recognizable by the eerie, gleaming blue color of their many-pointed leaves, blueleafs (not “blueleaves”) grow close together in thick stands, reaching 40 feet in height but rarely attaining thick trunks.

Blueleaf wood is durable, and the sap and crushed leaves yield a vivid blue dye much favored in local cloakmaking. When the leaves or wood is burnt it yields beautiful leaping blue flames. Local bards and tale-tellers use such flames as mood lighting during sad or particularly songs and stories.

Blueleaf trees

Legacy of the Green Regent Trefold