The Garden has always been a mystery for all the people who have played Fruit Ninja 2. But when you get to know about Garden in Fruit Ninja 2, you would want to start gardening on your own! Don’t trust me? Keep reading and see for yourself.
The Garden is a newly added feature in the game where you can conduct regular activities like planting seeds, watering crops, harvesting, etc. It provides a fun and engaging way to play the game when you are on it.
If you were a little confused about the Garden, then this blog will help you out. Here, we will be discussing everything you need to know about Garden in Fruit Ninja 2 like what it is, what can it do, the crops, etc.
What is Garden in Fruit Ninja 2?
So what exactly is Garden in Fruit Ninja 2? Long story short – It’s similar to the real garden you have. All you do is grow vegetables and fruits there and eat them, right? But in Fruit Ninja 2, you grow your own fruits and vegetables to earn more coins. You receive seedlings in the game and by using those seedlings, you can grow your garden every day.
This is a new feature that has been added to the game. You can find it on the main menu screen itself. Just tap on it and you will enter the Garden with ease.
Once in the garden, you can do a lot of things like grow crops, plant seeds, water them, and even harvest them. You can also find Sensei and Truffles in the garden but you can’t interact with them. And just like a natural garden, butterflies fly around on the screen too.
Sounds fun, doesn’t it? It is when you use it and create your own garden.
How Does The Garden Work in Fruit Ninja 2?
Garden in Fruit Ninja 2 is an intuitive and addictive addition that keeps all the players hooked to it. Now that you know what it is, let’s understand how the garden work and how can you use it to your advantage in the game.
Just like any other real garden, the Garden in Fruit Ninja 2 works the same way. First, you plant the seeds, then water them, give them nutrition, grow crops, and then harvest them at last.
In the game, you plant the seeds – seeds can be obtained by completing missions or by purchasing them from the store directly. Once you plant the seed, you need to water it everyday. The amount of water you need will depend on the type of plant you’re trying to grow.
As the plant keeps on growing, it will go on producing fruits and vegetables. You can then harvest these fruits and vegetables grown in your garden.
These harvested fruits and vegetables can be then used to earn points and coins. You can use these coins and points to buy blades, upgrades, or power-ups.
Plants In The Garden
So you know what to do with the garden, but what are the plants that you can grow? Let us answer it.
Here are all the plants you can grow in the garden in Fruit Ninja 2. You can choose any of the plants below and start building up your garden –
- Shards: The Shard plants can earn blade shards for any blade you have or want.
- Experience Plants: Experience plants can be harvested to gain, more experience in the game.
- Gem Plants: Probably the favorite plants of all, the Gem plants earn you gems when harvested.
- Ticket Plants: If you want a golden apple ticket, you need to harvest the Ticket plants in Fruit Ninja 2.
- Loot Box Plants: As the name suggests, these plants can be used to earn Loot boxes. If you wait for the box to “ripen”, you can even gain more rewards from the box.
Things to keep in mind
Before you get too excited about the garden and the plants, here are a few things regarding the plants that you need to keep in mind –
- Every plant listed above goes through several stages of growth before reaching its maturity.
- All of the plants will always take an hour to grow for every stage.
- You can double the rewards of every plant by simply watching an ad. However, keep in mind that this doesn’t include Loot Box plants.
Here are some important garden mechanics you should know before you move towards creating your Garden in Fruit Ninja 2 –
Water is an essential part of the Garden. Without water, you can’t grow any plant. Once the plant has achieved its first stage of growth, you will have to provide water for it to reach the next one. If you don’t, plants won’t die, but they will not grow as well
Crops need fertilizers, right? Same way, the plants of the Fruit Ninja 2 garden also need fertilizers. These fertilizers help you skip time on the plants that have already been watered. The amount of fertilizer depends on the time left on the plant (3 is the highest).
To get fertilizers, you can buy them from the store for gems. They are also available as daily rewards so you can get them for free as well.
If you have a plant that you don’t want in the garden, you can use the Shovel to remove them altogether. So essentially, you can delete them using the Shovel option.
Here are some FAQs you should take a look at –
Can I only use crops from the Garden in Fruit Ninja 2?
No, you will be able to use the regular fruits and vegetables that appear in the game. The crops you get from your garden is an additional feature that you can enjoy.
Do I need to water my plants every day?
Yes, watering your plants every day is the only way to grow them. The amount of water needed will depend on the type of crop you are growing.
How often can I visit my friends’ gardens?
If your friend also has a Garden in Fruit Ninja 2, then you will be able to visit that garden, but only once per day. However, if you want to give them a gift, you can do that multiple times a day.
What Can I do with the garden?
The players will be able to decorate their garden with planters, fences, statues, etc to make it look lively. You can also visit your friend’s garden and leave them gifts.
The Garden in Fruit Ninja 2 is an exciting new feature that has added a new level of depth to the game. With players growing their own crops and decorating their own gardens, the developers have managed to hook them up even more.
We hope everything about the Garden is clear to you and you are ready to become a gardener from today. If you liked the content, don’t forget to share it with your friends who are Fruit Ninja 2 fans.
Till then, keep slicing!