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The Garden was introduced in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Version 1.1.0 and allows the player to plant and grow flowers. These flowers can then be traded in for an assortment of clothes and furniture.

The garden is accessible at the very left of the player's Campsite.

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Seasonal events can take place specifically in the Garden, for more information see Garden Events.

Garden Basics[edit | edit source]

A player needs to be Camp Manager Level 3 or higher in order to enter the Garden.

When a player enters the Garden for the first time, Lloid will walk the player through a gardening tutorial to teach the player how to plant seeds, use flower fertilizer, harvest blossoms, cross-pollinate, and trade flowers for items. At the end of the gardening tutorial the player will have 20Red Tulip Seeds.png Red Tulip Seeds, 20 Orange Tulip Seeds.png Orange Tulip Seeds, 50 Flower Food.png Flower Food, 1 Yellow Tulips.png Yellow Tulips, and 1 Furniture Potted Red Tulips.png Potted Red Tulips.

A player has a garden of 20 spots to plant seeds and grow various plants. These plants take several hours to grow and must also be tended to during this growth time.

After the growth period, a plant fully blooms where a player can then either cross-pollinate to receive more seeds (including rare unpurchaseable seeds) or harvest the flower to use to trade to Lloid.

Seeds[edit | edit source]

A player must have a flower's seed in order to grow that flower. Lloid sells six types of seeds as follows for 80 Bells.png Bells each:

Other colors of flower seeds can be obtained through cross pollinating.

Growth Period[edit | edit source]

Every seed goes through a growth period once it's planted, growing from a sprout to a bud before fully blooming. For common seeds this growth time is 3 hours, while rare seeds take 4 hours to grow.



Flower Food[edit | edit source]

Flower Food is an item which can be used to decrease the amount of growth time a flower has to fully bloom by 30 minutes.

Lloid also offers Lloid Fertilizing Service with his different type of homemade Flower Food purchaseable with Leaf Tickets (1 Flower Food for 1 Leaf Ticket). This Flower Food decreases the amount of growth time a flower has to fully bloom by 60 minutes.

Watering[edit | edit source]

While a plant is growing, its dirt dries up after approximately 1 hour and becomes a light brown color. At this point, the player or a friend will have the option of watering the plant.

If the dirt remains dry for 2 hours (i.e. 3 hours after planting) the plant will wilt, pausing the plant growth timer. A wilted plant must be watered to continue growing, either by the player or by a friend. This means that common plants, which have a growth time of 3 hours, will bloom even if they are not watered.

A fully bloomed plant left in the garden will maintain wet dirt and does not need watering.

Harvesting[edit | edit source]

When a plant is fully bloomed, a player can then harvest the plant and receive the flower item. These flower items can be used to trade to Lloid for various floral items or for cross-pollination.

Cross Pollinating[edit | edit source]

In order to obtain rarer and different color seeds, a player must cross-pollinate various flowers together. Cross-pollinating is done by taking an existing harvested flower, tapping a fully bloomed (but not harvested) flower patch, and then select the cross-pollination option.

There are several seed results which can happen after cross-pollination depending on the flowers selected for cross-pollination, and it is even possible to fail cross-pollination.

For more details, see Cross-Pollination.

Friends[edit | edit source]

Using the Friend List, a player can visit friends' gardens to help water and cross-pollinate.

When a player helps water a friend's dry plant dirt, the player will receive 1Material Friend Powder.png Friend Powder. The amount of Friend Powder given per garden does not vary- it will be the same if a player waters 1 plant or 20 plants.

A player can only help water a specific garden once per 3-hour cycle, and only 5 gardens total per 3-hour cycle; this is the same 3-hour cycle as the Recreation Spots and Quarry Reward. For example, if the player waters two plants in Friend-A's garden at 6:05 and receives Friend Powder, the player will not be able to water any more plants in Friend-A's garden until 9:00. The player can also go water plants for Friend-B, Friend-C, Friend-D, and Friend-E at 6:05, but will need to wait until 9:00 to water plants for Friend-F.

A player can also cross-pollinate with a friend's plant, as long as the friend leaves a fully-bloomed plant in the garden (i.e. not harvest). The friend will sometimes be sent Material Friend Powder.png Friend Powder in their mailbox after a player has cross-pollinated in the friend's garden.

List of Flowers[edit | edit source]

Pansies[edit | edit source]

Tulips[edit | edit source]

Roses[edit | edit source]

Event Flowers[edit | edit source]

List of Flower Trade Items[edit | edit source]

Floral Clothes[edit | edit source]

Furniture[edit | edit source]

Potted Plants[edit | edit source]

Event Potted Plants[edit | edit source]

Topiaries[edit | edit source]

Floral Furniture[edit | edit source]

Floral Bears[edit | edit source]

Floral Chair[edit | edit source]

Floral Minitables[edit | edit source]

Floral Fences[edit | edit source]