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Where to Find Yellow Bromeliad in Disney Dreamlight Valley

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by Madison Benson
Disney Dreamlight Valley Yellow Bromeliad

If you’re progressing through the various quest line in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you might have recently started The Forgotten Project. During this mission, you’re asked to gather ingredients for the Odorous Magnificus, a mixture that’ll help you open Donald Duck’s time capsule. Included in the ingredients list are four flowers, one being the Yellow Bromeliad. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover where to find Yellow Bromeliad in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Where to Find Yellow Bromeliad in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Bromeliads are a flower native to Sunlit Plateau. If you haven’t unlocked it yet, you can access Sunlit Plateau through the Plaza after spending 7,000 Dreamlight to open its entranceway.

Once you’ve made your way into Sunlit Plateau, you’ll find two different flower breeds. The first, Houseleeks, is a tall, leafy plant with several flowers sprouting. The second, Bromeliads, are the ones we’re looking for today. They’re also large, lush plants but are much shorter than Houseleeks. They also only have one flower as opposed to the four on Houseleeks.

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You may notice that there are multiple flower colors for both types. Bromeliads, in particular, come in pink, red, and yellow. This means that if you find a yellow flower in Sunlit Plateau, it’s almost guaranteed to be a Bromeliad since Yellow Houseleeks do not exist.

You’ll have to rely on luck from this point onwards. When entering Sunlit Plateau, you’re not guaranteed to find a Yellow Bromeliad, especially since two different flowers spawn here. However, picking others flowers and allowing more to bloom will raise your chances of finding them later.

Disney Dreamlight Valley is available to play on PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation platforms through the official website. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out How to Unlock Slush Ice and How to Catch a Fugu in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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