|Fruit Ripening||2 Months|
|Plant Lifespan||25 Years|
Lumenfruit were long considered a rare delicacy, picked by brave individuals at night, when their glowing fruit hanging from vines in trees was most visible.
Consumption of these highly nutritious fruit lightens the spirit and is enjoyed by priests and mages.
After many attempts these plants were eventually able to be farmed on large supporting trellises, making the collection of them significantly easier and removing the dangers of climbing of moss covered trees under the cover of night. They are very vulnerable to pests, especially marchbread hornets, and require many keepers to manually remove insects and larvae, natural insecticides proving too much for the delicate leaves.
A drink made from the fermented juice of lumenfruit, lumenade is popular among the upper and scholarly class for the clarity in thought it grants.