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How to Get More Gardening Partners Flowers in Monopoly GO
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How to Get More Gardening Partners Flowers in Monopoly GO

Get ready to make some beautiful dice-filled gardens with those flowers

Monopoly GO’s Gardening Partners event allows you to get dice, stickers, and money for the next few days. However, you’ll need flowers to spin a wheel and obtain points, so we’re here to tell you how to get more of them.

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How to Get More Flowers for Gardening Partners Event in Monopoly GO

You can get more flowers for the Gardening Partners event by participating in events, finishing your three daily quick wins, and picking up flower tokens around the board. You can also redeem your free shop gift every eight hours, giving you a few extra flowers throughout the day.

Your gifts and quick wins can reward you with hundreds of flowers, while events provide thousands for you to obtain if you collect enough points towards their milestones.

Event Rewards

One of the best ways to get more flowers is to participate in main events, which usually last two to four days. As you progress through its levels, you’ll occasionally encounter flower points you can collect.

One example is during the Road to Riches event. The first level, requiring only five event points, gives you 70 flowers, with later levels giving hundreds at a time.

Flower Tokens

Another way to get more flowers is by picking up tokens around the board. These spawn randomly, and upon picking one up, another will appear immediately after, giving you a renewable source of flowers for the Gardening Partners event.

You’ll receive one flower for every token you pick up, scaling with your number of dice rolls. In other words, if you roll 100 dice at a time, you’ll receive 100 flowers once you land on a token.

Free Shop Gift

Another option for getting flowers is to redeem your free shop gift every eight hours. Alongside some dice, you’ll gain flowers each time you get it, allowing you to boost your numbers further.

While you won’t receive many flowers each time, you can redeem this up to three times a day, giving you around 100 flowers daily if you collect your prize consistently.

Daily Quick Wins

The last way to get more flowers is to complete your three daily quick wins. Each quick win gives you flowers, allowing you to obtain over 100 flowers daily alongside dice and progress toward your weekly reward.

Now that you know how to get more flowers, it’s time to get some points for the Gardening Partners event!

How to Use Flowers in Monopoly GO

Once you get your hands on some flowers, recruit a few partners for the Gardening event and tap on one of the event buildings to open its menu. From here, you can spin a wheel to collect points and change your multiplier to get more points per spin at the cost of your flowers.

During the event, you and your partners will collaborate to finish your buildings, allowing you to collect rewards and work toward a massive grand prize once all four are completed.

Are you ready to make some friends and get started on the event? Check out how to add friends in Monopoly GO, or click the tag below to browse our growing article list.

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Madison Benson
Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.