Although the dragon is the most famous example of Suspendium incorporated into a species, plenty of plants make use of it as well. There are species of Suspendium trees that have narrow fleshy trunks, and gigantic canopies. Other Suspendium-laden plants float, and are entirely rootless. They capture moisture and nutrients from the air. Of course, these plants are not very safe to eat, but they’re very useful for capturing Suspendium that would otherwise end up in crops.