The "Rarity" classifications are ranked as following:

Abundant: They grow like sheetaat'iishn WEEDS.
Plentiful: There's so much of it you can't miss it.
Common: An everyday, run-of-the-mill plant.
Uncommon: Not exactly an everyday sight, but still not anything to get excited over.
Scarce: There's not a lot of these around nowadays.
Rare: A very scarce plant that few know of, much less get to see.

Description: Navoorees are bushy 1' tall shrubs that produce an absolutely hideous smell. Fufami love to dig up and eat navooree roots, often to the point of killing the plant. This is actually a good thing, because otherwise Tryne would be covered with the shrubs. Fufami, which seem to be unbothered by its scent, effectively limit the plant's growth.
Uses: None.
Location: Grasslands and deciduous forests worldwide.
Rarity: Adundant.
Wild/Domesticated: Wild variety only.

Description: The niilaten is a spiky grey shrub that grows low to the ground, wider than it is tall (no larger than 1'6"). Its leaves are cactus-like spines, and stab many an unwary kaasht who doesn't watch where he or she was going while traversing one of Tryne's many grassland areas. Its roots are thick and bulbous, like tubers, with a sickly yellow colour.
Uses: The drug 'wreensak' is processed from its roots.
Location: Grasslands worldwide.
Rarity: Common.
Wild/Domesticated: Both varieties exist, but since the shrubs need to be grown outside in open sunlight, domesticators can easily be found if their gardens are not very well secluded.

Orbal Taass
(Orbal Tree)
Description: Orbal trees resemble Earth's palm trees, possessing a tall, smooth trunk, and a cluster of frond-like leaves at the crown. The bark of orbal trees is dark brown with black mottling, and the leaves are very dark green. The trees grow between 30' and 50' tall. Each year, an orbal tree will produce two gigantic oval fruits. There are three varieties of orbals, but they can only be told apart by the flavour of the fruit produced. The fruits are coconut-like---a strong shell encloses a layer thick red pulp, with a half-gallon of opaque juice in the middle. The orbal meat and juice will either be bittersweet, tangy, or sugary sweet, but you won't know until you try it.
Uses: Food source (bitter orbal, tangy orbal, sweet orbal).
Location: Worldwide, grows bests at the edges of deserts and on hot beaches, where the weather is warm but rain is frequent.
Rarity: Common
Wild/Domesticated: Wild variety only.

Reeyyak Sskriib
(Reeyyak Bush)
Description: Reeyyak bushes are hardy plants growing up to 3' tall, and are easily recognised by their leaves. The leaves are simple, have toothed edges, and are coppery in colour. Each leaf has a long narrow pod growing underneath it, parallel to the leaf, and each pod contains dozens of small brown-black seeds.
Uses: The drug 'neeaak'vaacoo' is processed from its seeds.
Location: Arid grasslands worldwide.
Rarity: Common
Wild/Domesticated: Both varieties exist. The shrubs are small, can be raised in pots, and one plant can produce thousands of seeds each autumn.

(Little Legend)
Description: A plant with many uses, rraashlaguu is a tall, narrow shrub that never grows more than 3' tall. Its leaves are almost perfectly circular, green, and flecked with white. The roots are thick and tough, and cling to rock thanks to the hair-like fibres that cover them. In the spring, a single rraashlaguu puts forth hundreds of tiny, spherical flowers in any variety of colours.
Uses: The rraashlaguu plant earns its name from the fact that every part of it can be used for a different purpose. The roots, though tedious to prepare, make an excellent pepper-like spice for preparing food. The stalks and seeds are edible in an emergency, highly nutritious, and have saved the lives of many a kaasht lost in the mountains. The leaves, thoroughly chewed, turn into a paste that promotes healing when spread over open wounds. The multihued flowers can be mashed and mixed with water to produce a watercolour-like paint.
Location: The Hymbroad Mountains only.
Rarity: Scarce
Wild/Domesticated: Both varieties exist.

Description: The leafless stems of the scourgeweed plant grow in globe-like shape, curling up from the ground. They are a similar colour to sand, and are easily stepped on by unwary Desert kaasht. The woody stems are strong and sharp, and can to quite a bit of damage to the pads of a kaasht's paw. Sand lice are attracted to this plant to reasons unknown, so the wise desert traveller always knows never to make camp near even a solitary scourgeweed.
Uses: None
Location: Deserts worldwide
Rarity: Common
Wild/Domesticated: Wild variety only

Description: The fireblossom is a small (1' tall) plant with narrow green leaves and long crimson flowers. The leaves are long and blade-like, and the flowers are trumpet-like in shape.
Uses: The flowers can be processed into an extremely hot spice.
Location: Deciduous forests worldwide.
Rarity: Uncommon
Wild/Domesticated: Wild, hard-to-domesticate variety only. Although the plant flourishes in the wild, it's hard to care for in gardens. This makes its processed spice an expensive buy.

Description: This is one of the most popular plants around. It's a flower that grows year-round, and the flowers change colour with each season. The plant grows up to 5' tall, with 3-6 thin stalks growing upwards from a bulb in the ground. Each stalk has 20-30 daffodil-like flowers along its length. These flowers are magenta in the spring, yellow in the summer, orange in the fall, and blue in the winter. Between seasons, the flower petals streak with the two colours. The flower is expensive to buy, but still manages to sell out quickly in large cities like Alcaine and Taathaneev.
Uses: None
Location: The deciduous forests of Weskain. The Forest kaasht there protect it fiercely.
Rarity: Uncommon
Wild/Domesticated: Wild variety only, though attempts are being made to domesticate it.

Taask se maa Chaamraa
(Jester's Trick)
Description: The plant called Jester's Trick is a small brown herb with tiny red flowers growing at the tip of herbaceous stems. It's a perennial plant that shows up in spring and summer, and it gives off a pleasant, cinnamon-like scent. It only grows about 10" tall.
Uses: Medicinal. The leaves of the Jester's Trick calm stomach-aches and headaches when consumed in small amounts, but are poisonous and lethal when too much is consumed. Even the best of healers are careful when prescribing this two-faced herb.
Location: The deciduous forests of Vergran.
Rarity: Common
Wild/Domesticated: Both varieties exist

(Leaf Plant)
Description: This simply named plant is little more than a bushy fern that grows up to 10' tall. Its fronds are yellow-green and feathery-soft to the touch, and roll up on themselves at night. Only when the sun is shining do the fronds unfurl to their full and glorious lengths. Its spores are brown, infinitely tiny, and easily disturbed---merely tapping one of the fronds will send up a thick cloud of the spores.
Uses: None
Location: The grasslands of Mirran and Weskain.
Rarity: Uncommon
Wild/Domesticated: Wild variety only

Description: Named by a particularly unimaginative Tundra kaasht, glitterleaf is a bushy plant with delicate flowers. The petals of the flowers appear glassy, and their surfaces are covered with thousands of tiny, powdery scales. These layers of scales act like insulation, and help protect the plant from the cold, harsh winds of the tundras where they grow. The scales have slight variations in colour across the petals' surfaces, and shimmer with iridescence in the cool tundra light.
Uses: None
Location: Tundra regions worldwide
Rarity: Uncommon
Wild/Domesticated: Wild variety only

Description: Another of Tryne's ferns, this one grows in, of all places, the tundra. It's a tall, thickly leaved fern with strong stalks that bend with wind and snow but rarely break. Its leaves are coated with a fine oil to keep snow rolling off of them and prevent them from becoming weighted down.
Uses: None
Location: Tundra regions worldwide
Rarity: Plentiful
Wild/Domesticated: Wild variety only.