Do you hear that ringing in the air? That’s the sound of a tree covered in Bells. Plenty of people have said that money doesn’t grow on trees, but they’re all liars. Here’s everything you need to know about how to plant and grow money on trees in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
Plant & Grow Money Trees in Animal Crossing New Horizons
If you ever notice a glowing spot on the ground while playing Animal Crossing New Horizons, then you’re in luck. Dig up that glowing patch of land and you’ll strike bells. Of course, you could blow that money on a new couch. Or you could put it back where it came from.
Burying money might not seem like the best strategy when you’re living on a deserted island and you’re starved for cash. However, planting some seed money in one of these glowing spots is one of the best ways to get some extra money.
It’ll take some time, but you’ll have your very own tree covered in bags of money once it’s full-grown. Shake it by pressing A while facing the tree and the sacks of bells will come falling to the ground for you to collect.
Here’s a quick summary on how to plant & grow money trees in Animal Crossing New Horizons:
- Find a glowing spot
A white light will be emanating from a part of the ground. Dig here to find some Bells.
- Toss that money back
Bury some bells in that glowing hole.
- Be patient
Money trees take a while to grow, but once they start sprouting bags of bells it all becomes worth the effort.
- Shake the tree
Just like when you want to collect some fruit, you’ll need to shake the money tree to get the Bells to fall off the branches.
That’s all there is to know about planting & growing a money tree in Animal Crossing New Horizons. If there’s anything else you want to learn about in this game, then just check out our Guides Wiki for some helpful info.
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