Flower Breeding – Animal Crossing New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch has a plethora of buds, including spawns brand-new to the franchise.

In this guide, we’ll explain how blooms manipulate and the emblazons you can get from crossbreeding and pollinating with cosmoses, hyacinths, lilies, mums, pansies, roses, tulips, and windflowers to create some unique blue, pink, and even pitch-black flowers.

HOW FLOWERS WORK IN ANIMAL CROSSING ON SWITCH

Every player has a native type of flower on their faces. These will always be available to purchase from your supermarket. After you improve Nook’s Cranny, more bud reproductions will be available to purchase. To grab a wide array of them promptly, you may have to travel to some friends’ islands or get lucky at a Nook Miles island.

Just like previous Animal Crossing games, you can crossbreed and start unique hybrid emblazons. The best room to do this is to plant your buds in a checkerboard structure, leaving every other space open for different floras to pollinate and hybrid grows to grow.

Flowers need liquid( from rain or from you and your Watering Can) to grow and create a hybrid. Watered heydays sparkle.

Having friends from other islands water your buds concludes the flowers more likely to produce offspring, according to data mines from flower investigate Aeter. Aeter also has a spreadsheet of some of the most efficient ways to grow hybrid blooms, whereas our guide has been streamlined for beginners.

You can pick buds without completely obliterating the entire embed. Press Y while standing on a bloom, and you’ll pick the flower and leave the stems to regrow. You can use these grows in a variety of D.I.Y recipes.

Note that some flowers planted near one another will still make brand-new buds, even if they aren’t a hybrid color. These hybrid dyes aren’t available for purchase, and they require crossbreeding to create. Some folks will find success in obtain specific rare buds from Mystery Island Tours, but below we’ve registered the easier way to multiply the flowers from scratch.

There are multiple ways to get certain shades, but we’re enumerate the combinings with the highest probabilities to create rare colourings, without exerting any grows from Mystery Island Tours.

All of our compoundings below commencing from grains, which you can buy at Nook’s Cranny or from Leif’s kiosk. Using other blooms from different sources may skew your results.

ROSES

  • Red + Red = Black
  • Red + White = Pink
  • Yellow + Red = Orange
  • White + White = Purple
  • Purple + Red = Hybrid Pink (Looks identical to the Pink you’d get from other combinations but needed for Hybrid Blue roses)
  • Hybrid Pink + Yellow = Hybrid Red (Looks identical to Red but needed for Hybrid Blue roses)
  • Hybrid Red + Hybrid Red = Blue
  • Black Roses watered with Golden Watering Can = Gold (Golden Watering Can unlocked by reaching a 5-star town rating.)

MUMS

  • White + Red = Pink
  • White + White = Purple
  • Red + Yellow = Hybrid Yellow (Looks identical to Yellow but needed for Hybrid Purple mums)
  • Hybrid Yellow + Hybrid Yellow = Hybrid Purple (Looks identical to Purple but needed for Green mums)
  • Hybrid Purple + Hybrid Purple = Green

PANSIES

  • White + White = Blue
  • Yellow + Red = Orange
  • Red + Blue = Hybrid Red (Looks identical to Red but needed for Purple pansies)
  • Hybrid Red + Hybrid Red = Hybrid Purple

WINDFLOWERS

  • Orange + Red = Pink
  • White + White = Blue
  • Pink + Blue = Hybrid Red (Looks the same as Red but needed for Purple windflowers)
  • Hybrid Red + Hybrid Red = Purple

LILIES

  • Red + Red = Black
  • Yellow + Red = Orange
  • Red + White = Pink

HYACINTHS

  • Red + White = Pink
  • White + White = Blue
  • Red + Yellow = Orange
  • Orange + Orange = Purple

COSMOS

  • Yellow + Red = Orange
  • Red + White = Pink
  • Orange + Orange = Black

TULIPS

  • Red + Red = Black
  • Red + Yellow = Orange
  • Red + White = Pink
  • Orange + Orange = Purple