"This lovely flower was said to have been a favorite to the princess of Hyrule. Once feared to have gone extinct, it's recently been spotted growing in the wild."
— In-game description

The Silent Princess is an item from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It is the name of a white and blue flower found across Hyrule, particularly abundant near Kakariko Village and Korok Forest, and commonly found in Hyrule Ridge, West Necluda, and all Great Fairy Fountains. Several grow near the Master Sword's pedestal in Korok Forest. One can be found in Princess Zelda's Study in Hyrule Castle.

Link can cook with it to create "Sneaky" dishes or sell it for ten Rupees. Like all flowers it is classified as an "Herb" and will usually produce herb based dishes when cooked. Like other herbs it is also considered a vegetable and sometimes produce vegetable-based food dishes such as Glazed Veggies and Veggie Rice Balls. Link can also cook it with Sunset Firefly and monsters parts to create Sneaky Elixir. It is also used by Link as a material to upgrade Champion's Tunic, and the Stealth Mask, Chest Guard and Tights set via Great Fairies.


The Silent Princess is the symbol of Breath of the Wild. The flower is said to have been a favorite flower of Princess Zelda and was thought to have gone extinct. Given that a Silent Princess can be found in Princess Zelda's Study, it is likely that the flower was indeed her favorite.

During his quest, Link may encounter Sorelia and her husband Tye whom he can save from monsters. They reveal to be traveling in search of a Silent Princess which they had only heard about in legends. The flower is indeed believed to bring good fortune to couples who pluck it and swear their eternal love to one another.

The sneaky attribute of the Silent Princess may be a reference to Zelda's Sheik alter-ego from Ocarina of Time, as several are required to upgrade the Sheik's Mask head armor.

The flower appears in the Breath of the Wild game's logo along with the Master Sword of Resurrection. It also appears aside the Master Sword of Resurrection statue of the European and Japanese Limited Editions and the North American Master Edition of Breath of the Wild.