Fae Farm is a delightful new addition to the genre of farming games, courtesy of Phoenix Labs. It features delightful visuals and adheres to the conventions of typical titles in this game category. You’ll grow crops, care for animals and plants, and engage in a wide range of quests designed to help you progress through the game.
One of these quests, Pretty in Pink, is designed to teach you the ins and outs of flower breeding. However, the process is a bit difficult to understand if you’re not familiar with how flowers and other plants work in farm simulation games. Fortunately, this guide is here to make the entire process easier than ever.
How To Grow All Hybrid Flowers In Fae Farm?
Before you can begin breeding flowers in Fae Farm, you’ll need to acquire the necessary seeds. These are available from Rosalind at her shop, which is located in East Town. She sells Red Rose Seeds, White Lily Seeds, and Yellow Tulip Seeds. Alternatively, you can buy these seeds from Holly in the Town Center or craft them on a Garden Bench.
Once you’ve obtained the seeds, plant them in your flower beds, leaving a space between each one. After a few days, you should see a hybrid flower appear between the two original plants.
This is a great way to start flower breeding in Fae Farms. However, if you want to create a wider range of colors, you’ll need to plant each of these flower types twice more. This will result in a flower with the base color of the first plant plus another color that is unique to each plant type.
As you plant these additional flowers, you’ll need to tend to them regularly and water them. If you do this, you’ll be able to collect the different colored flowers they produce and harvest them for their own unique rewards. However, in order to collect all of the hybrid flowers in the game, you’ll need to plant each type of flower at least three times.