One of the easiest ways to make your island look a whole lot prettier is to begin cloning flowers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. This allows you to quickly duplicate your hybrid flowers, which are often the rarest and can attract rare bugs to your island, too. This guide will talk you through how to clone flowers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons so you’re able to beautify your island in no time at all.
Cloning Flowers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
If you’re looking to clone flowers, then the process to do so is incredibly easy.
All you need to do is plant whatever flower that you want to clone on its own, with no other roses near it, and give it water. By watering it, you should trigger the hybrid process, but with no other rose nearby to cross with, you’ll simply clone the flower that you had planted and watered.
This has been tested by players over on the Animal Crossing subreddit. One player planted red lilies adjacent to one another, and another bunch of red lilies not adjacent to any flower.
Over the course of a week, those with other adjacent red lilies produced 13 red lilies, 5 pink lilies, and 4 black lilies, while the red lilies without adjacent neighboring plants produced 14 red lilies and no hybrids.
Remember, you can always eat fruit and use your shovel to dig up a flower and move it to somewhere else on your island. This is ideal for cloning your best flowers with ease and with no chance of any unexpected results.
That’s everything you need to know on how to clone flowers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our wiki, search for Twinfinite, or have a browse through more of our coverage below.
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