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Gardening on Free Days
You can grow various crops and plants in the garden southwest of the monastery on free days. Produce can be used as ingredients in the cafeteria while flowering plants can be given as gifts.
How to Grow Crops and Flowers
Talk to the greenhouse keeper to begin growing plants. Select the seeds and the cultivation method that you want to use. You can view the predicted yield to know the expected quantity you will harvest. Note that you must pay gold to begin growing.
After planting seeds, you can choose a cultivation method. When starting out, your best bet is to use the free cultivation method to save money. However, when you reach the later stages of the game, you’ll be able to afford the other methods. You can unlock new cultivation methods by raising your Professor Level.
|E+||Airmid water||300 g|
|B||Caledonian soil||1,500 g|
|A||Pegasus blessings||2,000 g|
Get more Crops
Similar to cultivation, you can harvest more crops by working on your Professor Level and using better fertilizer.
Similar to other activities, gardening has different results on different days. For instance, plants grow faster on days with fertile soil. In addition, when harvesting falls on the day of the Blessing of the Land, you can receive five additional items. By using the most number of seeds in conjunction with the best cultivation method, you can earn up to 20 items.
Amount of items obtained
|–||6 or less||7 or less||8 or less||9 or less||10 or less|
|Name of Seed||Grade||Details||Merchant Cost||Selling Price|
|Mixed Herb Seeds||★||A handful of mixed herbal seeds. Plant them in the greenhouse to see what becomes of them!||50 gold||10 gold|
|Root Vegetable Seeds||★||A sprinkling of mixed root vegetable seeds. You won’t know which types until you plant them||50 gold||10 gold|
|Vegetable Seeds||★||Mixed vegetable seeds. Results may vary||50 gold||10 gold|
|Western Fodlan Seeds||★||Mixed seeds foraged from the western region of Fodlan||50 gold||10 gold|
|Eastern Fodlan Seeds||★★||These mixed seeds have been gathered from the eastern regions of Fodlan||100 gold||20 gold|
|Southern Fodlan Seeds||★★||Mixed seeds foraged from the southern region of Fodlan||100 gold||20 gold|
|Northern Fodlan Seeds||★★||Mixed seeds foraged from the northern region of Fodlan||100 gold||20 gold|
|Morfis Seeds||★★★||Mixed seeds foraged from Morfis||–||20 gold|
|Morfis-Plum Seeds||★★★★||Seeds derived from Morfis plums. Planting them will yield Morfis plums.||–||40 gold|
|Red Flower Seeds||★★★||Rich red flowers sprout from these seeds when planted||300 gold||60 gold|
|White Flower Seeds||★★★||Bright white flowers will grow from these seeds||300 gold||60 gold|
|Blue Flower Seeds||★★★||A palmful of seeds that will grow bright flue flowers||300 gold||60 gold|
|Purple Flower Seeds||★★★||These seeds yield deep purple flowers.||300 gold||60 gold|
|Yellow Flower Seeds||★★★||A handful of seeds that grow vibrant yellow flowers||300 gold||60 gold|
|Green Flower Seeds||★★★||Seeds that grow earthy green flowers||300 gold||60 gold|
|Pale-Blue Flower Seeds||★★★||These seeds yield brilliant, aqua flowers.||300 gold.||60 gold|
|Name of Crop||Grade||Type||Details||Selling Price|
|Dried Vegetables||★||Ingredient||Parched vegetables that are no longer useful for cooking||1 gold|
|Tomato||★★||Ingredient||A rare vegetable from Dagda that requires delicate||5 gold|
|Noa Fruit||★★||Ingredient||A fruit named after Saint Noa. It takes a skilled hand to extract the pulp. Can be used when you share a meal.||5 gold|
|Onion||★★||Ingredient||A Fodlan onion- a staple in many dishes. Can be used when you share a meal.||5 gold|
|Carrot||★★||Ingredient||A simple carrot grown in Fodlan that adds texture to any recipe. Can be used when you share a meal.||5 gold|
|Turnip||★★||Ingredient||A Fodlan turnip. Tasty and earthy. Can be used when you share a meal.||5 gold|
|Chickpeas||★★||Ingredient||Chickpeas harvested throughout Fodlan. Can be used when you share a meal.||5 gold|
|Cabbage||★★||Ingredient||Cabbage of Fodlan that is enjoyed in a number of dishes. Can be used when you share a meal.||5 gold|
|Peach Currant||★★★||Ingredient||Sweet peach currants. Can be used when you share a meal.||10 gold|
|Verona||★★★||Ingredient||Blessed by the goddess herself, this vegetable is as tasty as it is beautiful. Can be used when you share a meal.||10 gold|
|Albinean Berries||★★★||Ingredient||Simple Albinean berries that are tart with a hint of sweetness. Can be used when you share a meal.||10 gold|
|Morfis Plum||★★★★||Ingredient||It is said that mages of old infused these plums with their spells. Cook into a dish that boosts luck.||100 gold|
|Pitcher Plant||★★★||Gift||A rare plant seen south of Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Lily||★★★||Gift||Grown sometimes in Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Rose||★★★||Gift||Grown sometimes in Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Sunflower||★★★||Gift||Grown sometimes in Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Violet||★★★||Gift||Grown sometimes in Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Lavender||★★★||Gift||Grown sometimes in Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Daffodil||★★★||Gift||Grown sometimes in Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Carnation||★★★||Gift||Grown sometimes in Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Forget-me-nots||★★★||Gift||Grown sometimes in Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Lily of the Valley||★★★||Gift||Grown sometimes in Fodlan. Appreciated by those who like flowers.||N/A|
|Baby’s Breath||★★★||Gift||Coming Soon|
Other Beginner Guides
|Game Modes||Game Menu||Game Controls|
|Online Features||Permanent Events||What to Do First|
|Which House to Choose||-||-|
|Tutoring||Free Day Activities||Professor Levels|
|Skill System||Support System||Motivation System|
|Budding Talents||Class Change and Exams||Group Tasks|
|Battle System||Battalions||Divine Pulse|
|Saint Statues||Amiibo Gazebo||Personal Abilities|
|Dining||Cooking Together||Tea Party|
|Fishing||Gardening||Locating Lost Items|
|Choir Practice||Advice Box||Giving Gifts|
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