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Animal Crossing New Horizons Fruit Types

Been wanting to collect them all? You can definitely do that even with Tom Nook breathing down your neck if you're talking about the Animal Crossing New Horizons fruit types.
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So you’re wanting to make a little bit of money in Animal Crossing: New Horizons and to do so reliably. Well, that isn’t all that difficult if you’re someone who isn’t all that keen on glitches or chasing after a bunch of scary spiders. And now that the item duplication exploit doesn’t work anymore, well, Island Representatives are turning to more holistic methods like selling different Animal Crossing New Horizons fruit types on their islands. Here’s why that’s a good idea. 

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Animal Crossing New Horizons Fruit Types

So, you’ve noticed that your mates in Animal Crossing: New Horizons have different fruit types than yours when it comes to what grows on your respective islands. Maybe you reckon that having apples is a little bit drab, and you’re wanting something cooler like cherries or peaches. Well, the good news is that while there’s only one type of fruit that natively spawns per island, that doesn’t stop you from planting other fruit types on it and having them grow too!

Alright. Well, if you paid any attention to our guide on how to make Bells in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (which we’ve relinked here for your convenience), you might remember that we suggested planting other people’s fruit in your town. This way, you’ll be able to grow the results and sell them. Why do you want to sell fruit that isn’t your native island fruit to the Nooks? Well, series veterans will know this, but selling non-native fruit to your local Nook’s Cranny or other vendor is going to yield you a favorable price compared to selling whatever grows on your island. Yes, your vendors will pay more for exotic fruit. Wild, right?

Now that you’ve got our guide on how the Animal Crossing New Horizons fruit types work, it should be a little bit easier for you plant a whole ton of them and to figure out your next, consistent moneymaking venture. Sure, it’s all fun and games when it comes to Tarantula Islands and the like, but who has the time to do that every day? Need help with anything else in Animal Crossing: New Horizons? Or maybe you just want to pick up your very own copy of the game via Amazon here to support Prima Games? Well, once you’ve got your paws on the title, come and check out the variety of tips and tricks that we’ve put together for Island Representatives just like you in our dedicated guides hub:


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Ginny Woo
Ginny hails from just south of Mordor, and when she's not debating others about the One Ring then she's probably glued to an MMO or a JRPG. With Final Fantasy XIV, Destiny 2, and World of Warcraft on her plate, she's always got something to chat about and a sneaky guide up her sleeve. If writing's not on the cards, then she's probably drinking way too much coffee.