He nodded. "Excellent." He gestured to the plants in front of them, all which were currently on fire. "As you can see these are hot. So you'll need to douse them, harvest the seeds, and then relight them. Off you go."
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She'd nod and move to her plant. She'd take a moment to figure out her plans then give her wand a gentle jab. "Aguamenti." She'd watch the little sprit of water turn to steam as it hit the plant. She'd pause to gauge it since she didn't want to spray it with too much and end up doing the water spell two more times until she felt it was cool enough to harvest. Once it was cool enough she'd pull on her dragonhide gloves to harvest some of the seeds. After she had for or five she'd pull off her gloves and get her wand again to relight the plant. She'd do the same as she had to douse the plant in reverse with small fire spells to re-light it. "Incendio." It took two casts of the spell until she felt it had been sufficiently re-lit.
Tate waited for some time to see if any of his fellow classmates had an answer... Of course they didn't, letting out a sigh as he raised his hand. "Herbivicus will rapidly increase the rate in which a plant can grow. Which can be useful if you need to grow plants quickly for things like potions."
He nodded. "Precisely." He waved his wand, and a seed packet, and pot full of soil appeared in front of everyone. "So let's put it to practice. I've heard some of our lady professors enjoy flowers in their offices. So let's grow them some lilies, shall we? Off you go."
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"Welcome to fourth year Herbology. Our lesson today will be crucial in helping you succeed with the first plant of the year. This lesson is on a spell... who can tell me what Lumos Solem does, and why it's useful for Herbologists?"
He nodded. "So this lesson may be a bit of a review then." He placed a small cut of Devil's Snare in front of everyone. "I'd like for you to diagram the Devil's Snare, both dormant and after reaction to sunlight. Off you go."