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Plant Manipulation
Poison ivy and her monster
Poison Ivy (DC Comics) Is able to control all forms of plant-life, and even mutate them into monsters.

Power/Ability to:

Manipulate plants

The power to control plant-life. Variation of Organic Manipulation.

Also Called

  • Arborkinesis
  • Agrokinesis
  • Botanokinesis
  • Chlorokinesis
  • Phytokinesis
  • Phyllokinesis
  • Phytogenesis
  • Plantbending
  • Plantlife Manipulation


Users can create, shape and manipulate plants, including wood, vines, plants, moss, and parts of the plants, such as leaves, seeds, fruits and flowers. The user can cause plants to grow, move/attack or even rise from the soil and "walk", mutate plants by rearranging DNA structure and revive withered or dead plants.

They can use their power for defense and support by growing plants from the ground and make them sprout seeds/fruits/berries, or even to possibly use plant chemicals to heal people or objects or manipulate their properties for a wide range of effects.

Though less commonly activated by passive users, the ability may deal a series of offensive techniques on a target. Using the plants as weapons enables users to grasp and strike continuously with vines and roots, project thorns at a distance, and quickly regenerate the withering weapons at the user’s will. They can make vines grow and climb around a target's neck, causing choking, or even strike with plants. A more subtle technique is to release damaging toxins and pheromones, affecting targets in which conditions should be treated quickly with ailments.

User may also control plants in their altered forms, i.e. concentrated forms, such as cotton clothing/fabric, paper, etc.




Universe Variations

Some universes include plant manipulation as a form of Earth Manipulation, whereas other settings, such as Wu Xing Manipulation and Nature Manipulation considers plants as a element of its own.



  • May be unable to create plants, being limited to manipulating only from already existing sources.
  • Most users are powerless in areas without plants or at least potential for plants to grow (infertile/barren soil).
  • High levels of radiation in a concentrated area may cause defects in the ability.
  • Users may be only able to control certain types of plants.
  • Users may be limited on how many plants or how long they can control them.
  • Distance, mass, precision, etc. depend upon of the knowledge, skill, and strength of the user, and their power's natural limits.
  • Attacks from Fire Manipulation and/or Ice Manipulation can pose an issue.
  • Susceptible to lightning strikes.

Known Users

See Also: Green Thumb


  • Theodore van den Burg (Heroes)
  • Brendan Lewis (Heroes)
  • Mike (Power Rangers Samurai)
  • Nymphs (Charmed)
  • Neena (Charmed)
  • Elise Rothman (Charmed) Temporarily
  • Soothsayers (Charmed)
  • Willow Rosenberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Diwani Olivia/Aya (Enchanted Garden)
  • Reyna Josefina (Enchanted Garden)
  • Diwani Valeriana (Enchanted Garden)
  • Layla Williams (Sky High)
  • Muriel (Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters)
  • Kat Gardener (Eastwick)
  • Eleanor Rougemont (Eastwick)


  • Azuma (Fairy Tail)
  • Cosmos (Fairy Tail)
  • Warrod Sequen (Fairy Tail)
  • Laki Olietta (Fairy Tail)
  • Wood Release users (Naruto)
  • Kurama (Yu Yu Hakusho)
  • Binz (One Piece)
  • Usopp (One Piece); via Pop Greens
  • Teppei (Toriko)
  • Tatara (Fushigi Yuugi)
  • The Wood (Card Captor Sakura)
  • Sugino (Zatch Bell)
  • Suiseiseki (Rozen Maiden)
  • Igor Planter (Black Cat)
  • Kusano (Sekirei)
  • Kikyo (Reborn!)
  • Yuuka Kazami (Touhou)
  • King (Nanatsu no Taizai)
  • Elaine (Nanatsu no Taizai)
  • Helbram (Nanatsu no Taizai)
  • Gerharde (Nanatsu no Taizai)
  • Hakuryuu Ren (Magi)
  • Koyo Aoba (Katekyo Hitman Reborn)
  • Eco (Corrector Yui)


  • Number Seven (I am Number Four)
  • Luke Magewood (Charlie Bone)
  • Guanhamara (Charlie Bone)
  • Sinder (Gone)

Video Games

  • Grass-type Pokémon (Pokémon)
  • Zyra (League of Legends)
  • Daisy (Mario)
  • Marluxia (Kingdom Hearts)
  • Marluxia (Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories)
  • Wood-Man (Mega Man 2)
  • Plant Man (Mega Man 6)
  • Geist des Waldes (Wolf Wars)
  • Amalia (Wakfu)
  • Jack (Nexus Wars)
  • Codie Barton (Paradox Saga)


  • Klara Prast (Marvel Comics)
  • Jolen (Marvel)
  • Man-Thing (Marvel)
  • Plant Man (Marvel)
  • Groot (Marvel)
  • Amingo (Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes)
  • Al Simmons/Spawn (Image Comics/Spawn)
  • Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy (DC Comics)
  • Swamp Thing (DC Comics)
  • Parliament of Trees (DC Comics)
  • The Element Lord of Jungle (BIONICLE)
  • Matoran, Toa, and Turaga of the Green (BIONICLE)
  • Huu (Avatar: The Last Airbender); via controling water in vines/plants
  • Swampfire (Ben 10 Alien Force)
  • Ultimate Swampfire (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
  • Wildvine (Ben 10)
  • Flora (Winx Club)
  • Diana (Winx Club)
  • Lucas (Gormiti); in his Gormiti form
  • Forest Gormiti (Gormiti)
  • Van Kleiss (Generator Rex); via nanites
  • Queen Tara (Epic)
  • Cornelia Hale (W.I.T.C.H.)
  • Kadma (W.I.T.C.H.)
  • Drew Theodore P. Lipsky/Dr. Drakken (Kim Possible)
  • Maleficent (Disney)
  • Le Selvasa (Combo Ninos)
  • Dave (Yin Yang Yo!)
  • Undergrowth (Danny Phantom)
  • Danima (Sendokai Champions)
  • Venus McFlytrap (Monster High)
  • Cosmo (Sonic X)
  • Earthia (Sonic X)
  • Major Disaster (Toxic Crusaders)
  • Steven (Steven Universe)
  • Rose Quartz (Steven Universe)
  • Grass Dinosaurs (Dinosaur King)
  • Captain Olimar and Louie (Pikmin); limited
  • Bushroot (Darkwing Duck)


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