If you’re wanting to capitalize on your knowledge of flowers and the like in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, then you might be wanting to maintain a secret garden of sorts of all the botanical varieties that you can get your hands on. If you’re wanting to tick a bunch of blooms off your list, check out our Animal Crossing New Horizons flower types master guide.
Animal Crossing New Horizons Flower Types Master Guide
There’s just something about creating a horticulturalist’s paradise on your deserted island which makes it so much more welcoming to both villagers and guests. Of course, since the end goal is to get K.K. Slider to your island, a little bit of sprucing up around the place would definitely be welcome. However, if you want to collect every single type of flower variety on your island, then you’re going to need both the help of your mates who have different native flowers and also to rely on RNG to be able to purchase different varieties of seeds. We’ve compiled a list of the Animal Crossing New Horizons flower types for you so that you can check them off as you go.
The thing to remember about flowers in Animal Crossing New Horizons is that every single island will have one type that is native to it. This is essentially also the approach that the game takes to various types of fruit. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t plant other types of flowers as you go, so you’re going to want to keep that in mind for when you’re putting together your secret garden. The varieties of flowers that can appear on your island are as follows, and we’ve also included the different colors of flowers that you can get through flower breeding and the like:
- Cosmos – white, red, yellow, pink, orange
- Lily – white, yellow, red, pink, black, orange
- Lily of the Valley – white
- Mums – yellow, red, white, purple, pink
- Hyacinth – red, yellow, white, blue, orange, pink
- Pansy – blue, white, yellow, red, red and yellow
- Rose – white, yellow, red, orange, black, pink, purple, gold
- Tulip – red, yellow, white, orange, black, purple
- Windflower – red, white, purple, pink, blue, orange
Now that you have our Animal Crossing New Horizons flower types master guide, you can start narrowing down exactly what you want to get from your mates’ islands when you’re popping over to sell turnips. Not all that clued up on the turnip game quite yet? You can pop along to this guide on turnip selling and when you should offload them, which we’ve relinked in this post for your convenience. Not yet a proud owner of Animal Crossing: New Horizons? Pick it up here using this Amazon link and you’ll be able to support Prima Games at the same time. If you need help with anything else about being an Island Representative, then come and check out our dedicated guides hub for the game: