Gralt, also commonly known as mountain fruit, is a plant found high in the mountains. It consists of a rather large, leafy stalk, on the end of which is a rather plump purple fruit. For most of the year, the fruits of the gralt plant are a dull green but become purple when they ripen. The taste of gralt has been described to be rather sweet and juicy, so much so that it is known to hydrate and refresh those who eat it. Gralt is most common in Vale.

Climate: Windy, dry, wet, cool
Commonness: 5/10
Edible (Y/N): Y