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Saint Mocianne's Arboretum is a Dungeon Dungeon in Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward. It was added in Patch 3.1.


Saint Mocianne's Arboretum

Saint Mocianne's Arboretum once housed the greatest collection of flora and fauna the realm had ever known. Alas, in the wake of the exodus it was left to the elements, and the wildlife within now roams its halls unchecked and untamed. A band of treasure hunters hopes to brave this leafy labyrinth in search of a cache more valuable than gold, that could ensure Idyllshire's prosperity for years to come. But will their search of this savage garden yield fortune, or end in failure?

Duty Finder


  1. Clear Telmatology
  2. Prune the Rose Garden
  3. Clear Eremology
  4. Slay the queen hawk
  5. Clear the Study
  6. Defeat Belladonna


The part first passes through the Telmatology, a swamp biome inhabited by Malboro Terra and other hostile plant-like to reach the first boss, the Rose Garden. Defeating it permits access deeper into the Arboretum, where they will enter a large hornet nest. Two honeycomb walls must be demolished to reach the Queen Hawk, the second boss. After defeating her, a honey slife will drop the party in the deepest reaches, with more plant monsters. At the end lies the final boss, the Belladonna. Defeating it will clear the instance.


  • Southern Seas Colibri
  • Malboro Terra
  • Blooming ochu
  • Korpokkur
  • Rose Garden
    • Rose Bud
  • Thavnairian tortoise
  • Arboretum crawler
  • Velveteen ant
  • Worker hawk
  • Soldier hawk
  • Garden Bee Cloud
  • Honeycomb
  • Queen hawk
    • Knight hawk
  • Biloko
  • Tangled narbrooi
  • Grizzly host
  • Royal oak
  • Withered melia
  • Belladonna


Musical themes[]

"Poison Ivy", an arrangement of the main Dravanian Hinterlands theme "Missing Pages", plays at all times except during boss battles. "A Fine Death" plays while fighting the Rose Garden and the Queen Hawk, while "Ominous Prognisticks" plays during the battle with Belladonna.


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