Thanks for the clarification! I'll keep the one I picked up, then
Is the Christmas Cactus only available at this time of year, too, like the Christmas trees? I can't remember if I've seen them before or not, and am a little uncertain about what the full list of special Christmas plants is.
From what I understand, the question mark means there is a color/variety of that specific plant that you haven't gotten yet. Plants without questions marks are ones where you've gotten every color/variety available. But I think which color you get is random, or that's how it seems to me, so I just keep growing things and see what they turn into. Maybe someone else will know the specifics about that!
one more question: if I breed those 2 plants, will they dissapear and make a new plant or it will be a new third plant? I need to know so I could take more seeds from the garden because I want to collect all the unique plants
If you breed two plants, those two stay, and a new one is created. It won't get rid of them. I bred two pumpkins together recently and got a Jack-o-Lantern seed from them, but the parent pumpkins stayed in my greenhouse
Jack-o-lantern seeds and Snappy tree stump seeds are dropping in the Wild Garden now! I've just picked some up myself.
I also just tried breeding 2 pumpkins and got a Jack-o-lantern seed, so that's begun as well!
Oh, I hadn't thought of mobile, since I play on desktop. That's a very good point. I'd still love a clock somewhere on the site, but I completely understand that there might not be space in the header. Thanks for considering the idea!
Maybe the harvested berries could be traded to a pixie in return for an extra decoration pot? Or for 1 special plant seed? I imagine for a special plant seed, you would have to collect a high number of fruits/berries first.
If a harvest mechanic doesn't work, though, even just the plants on their own would be a fun addition.
EDIT: Or, if trading in harvested berries to get seeds/pots for yourself doesn't fit Flowergame, perhaps you could trade in berries to have a pixie send a gift of a new decoration pot or special seed to another random player who's currently online? That way it goes to someone who's actively playing, and would encourage gift-giving
That explains everything I was wondering about how watering works! Thank you so much for the response Now I understand what's going on.
As a new player enjoying Flowergame, one thing I'd like to see is a clock displaying the current website/server time somewhere on the site. I assume it would fit best on the transparent green header bar at the top of the site next to the links for News, Settings, Logout etc. Perhaps it would look best next to the language flags? Either way, it would help me a lot, and I'm sure it would help others too. I know I can just pick up a seed, and immediately compare the timestamp on it to my current time, and learn what the time difference is that way. However, even when I did exactly that and counted the hours, I quickly forgot the number by the next day, and then spent 3 days totally clueless as to when my seeds/sprouts would grow up. For someone like me who's poor with numbers and math, trying to memorize the time difference and then constantly count out the difference every time I look at a plant is a bit tiresome.
What does everyone else think? Is this something that would be possible without too much work for the devs?
(I searched for a thread about this and found one from 2013, but a tip at the bottom said it was better to make a new thread than revive an old one. I also felt the old thread was talking more about timestamps and different ways to track flower growth, and while that's definitely related to my suggestion, I am specifically asking if it's possible to add a clock or not, so I decided to create a new thread. If that's not appropriate, please let me know.)
Hi, new player here! I read the FAQ but please forgive me if I missed anything (I can delete this thread if so). I've been playing for a couple weeks and have some questions.
1) I'm aware there is a setting on our accounts that lets us stop people from interacting with our gardens. However, I've noticed that when I click on some people's gardens, I can interact in certain ways but not others. For example, when I visit a greenhouse, it will let me bend a branch to let in more sunlight, but when I notice their plants are low on water, it will not let me water them. Then, in someone else's greenhouse, I was able to do both. And in another person's greenhouse, I watered some of their plants, but then it stopped showing me the watering prompt before I could get to the rest. So my question is: How exactly does watering other people's plants work? Are there some kind of conditions that need to be met or that decide when you can/can't help, apart from that account setting?
2) I see on the wiki that there are lists of plants, special and regular. Are these lists mostly up to date? I picked up Bellflower seeds recently but don't see them on the list of regular plants.
3) I see that there are special holiday plants (I have one so far, from a postal pixie) and have looked at the Special Flowers and Events pages on the wiki. It looks like the Events page hasn't been updated in a while, but I believe I see on the forums that the last couple events were automated rather than manually started by the devs. Does anyone know if for Halloween, the seeds will start dropping beforehand or if it's more likely to start on Halloween? I'm really excited about Halloween seeds and don't want to miss anything!
Thank you in advance for any help or answers! I really like this game a lot!