Animal Crossing New Horizons Flower Breeding Layout

  • i
    New mechanics
  • two
    Flower availability
  • iii
    Breeding charge per unit
  • 4
    Flower genetics
  • 5
    Hybridization layouts

    • five.one
      Breeding layouts

      • 5.1.1
        Pair layout
      • 5.1.two
        Diamond layout
      • v.one.iii
        Square layout
    • 5.2
      Clone tolerant breeding layouts

      • v.2.i
        5×1 layout
      • five.2.2
        Turtle layout
    • v.3
      Cloning layouts

      • 5.three.1
        Isolated clone
      • 5.3.2
        Interwoven clones
    • 5.4
      Inefficient layouts
  • half dozen
    Hybridization

    • 6.1
      Roses
    • six.2
      Tulips
    • 6.iii
      Pansies
    • 6.4
      Cosmos
    • 6.5
      Lilies
    • half-dozen.6
      Hyacinths
    • 6.7
      Windflower
    • six.viii
      Mums
  • 7
    Mobile

New mechanics

From left to correct: sprout, stem, budding, flowering

  • If a bloom is selected to brood but has no available partner, it will create a clone of itself.
  • There is no limit to the number of new flowers that grow each twenty-four hours.
  • The probability of a blossom breeding can be increased for each unique company who waters it, up to 5 per twenty-four hour period.
  • A actor will see a flower sparkling if they themselves accept watered it for the twenty-four hours, or if the flower has been watered past at least 5 unique visitors to the island.
  • Flowers now grow in iv stages over 4 days, going from sprout, to stem, to budding, to flowering.
  • Flowers volition only endeavour to breed while in the budding or flowering stages.
  • Running over flowers no longer destroys the whole plant, but rather reverts it to the budding stage.
  • Flowers can be picked from the plant to be used every bit crafting materials, accessories, decorations, or to be sold.
  • Picked flowers revert to the stem stage.
  • Flower plants may be relocated with a shovel.

Bloom availability

The availability of blossom seeds in whatsoever version of Nook’s Cranny varies depending on the month. Each day, Nook’s Cranny volition sell seeds of:

  • The isle’due south native flower, set at isle creation based on the flowers bachelor during the resident representative’s nascency month.
  • The island’s sister blossom, set up at island creation based on the flowers available during the calendar month the island was created.
  • A random flower, based on those available during the current month.

Flower availability by month is as follows:

  • Northern Hemisphere

  • Southern Hemisphere

Species Colors Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct November Dec
Rose NH-red rose icon.png
NH-yellow rose icon.png
NH-white rose icon.png
Tulip NH-red tulips-icon.png
NH-yellow tulips-icon.png
NH-white tulips-icon.png
Pansy NH-red pansy icon.png
NH-yellow pansies-icon.png
NH-white pansy icon.png
Cosmos NH-red cosmos-icon.png
NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
NH-white cosmos-icon.png
Lily NH-red lily icon.png
NH-yellow lily icon.png
NH-white lily icon.png
Hyacinth NH-red hyacinth icon.png
NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png
NH-white hyacinth icon.png
Windflower NH-red windflowers-icon.png
NH-orange windflowers-icon.png
NH-white windflowers-icon.png
Mum NH-red mum icon.png
NH-yellow mum icon.png
NH-white mum icon.png
e.yard., During March, an island created in September by a role player built-in in June may sell cosmos, roses, and tulips, pansies, hyacinths, or windflowers
Species Colors January Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov December
Rose NH-red rose icon.png
NH-yellow rose icon.png
NH-white rose icon.png
Tulip NH-red tulips-icon.png
NH-yellow tulips-icon.png
NH-white tulips-icon.png
Pansy NH-red pansy icon.png
NH-yellow pansies-icon.png
NH-white pansy icon.png
Creation NH-red cosmos-icon.png
NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
NH-white cosmos-icon.png
Lily NH-red lily icon.png
NH-yellow lily icon.png
NH-white lily icon.png
Hyacinth NH-red hyacinth icon.png
NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png
NH-white hyacinth icon.png
Windflower NH-red windflowers-icon.png
NH-orange windflowers-icon.png
NH-white windflowers-icon.png
Mum NH-red mum icon.png
NH-yellow mum icon.png
NH-white mum icon.png
eastward.g., During March, an island created in September by a player born in June may sell tulips, pansies, and cosmos, lilies, or mums


In one case the Resident Services edifice is constructed, Leif may randomly visit the player’s isle as a merchant, selling seeds outside of season.

But the native flower and the sister blossom of the visiting player may be plant while on mystery tours.

Breeding rate

A bloom that has been watered only by a resident of its island or by pelting will accept a 5% risk to be selected to brood at 5am. This chance tin be increased for a given flower if it had been watered by visitors to the island earlier 5am. A blossom that has been watered by:

  • 1
    company volition have a 25% gamble to be selected to reproduce;
  • 2
    visitors will accept a 35% chance to be selected to reproduce;
  • three
    visitors will have a 50% risk to be selected to reproduce;
  • 4
    visitors will take a 65% chance to be selected to reproduce;

A flower that has been watered by at to the lowest degree
v
unique visitors before 5am will have an 80% gamble to be selected to procreate overnight. Additionally, the bloom will be seen to have a golden smooth to all players whether they had watered it or not.
These rates apply to unmarried flowers; each flower in a pair will endeavor to reproduce, further boosting the gamble of success (96% take a chance after being watered past 5 visitors). Digging a flower up after it has been watered past a visitor volition reset this bonus!

Flowers likewise have a form of protection against bad luck. Afterwards having been eligible to breed at least 4 times without success, a blossom will gain an boosted 5% chance to breed each day until it successfully reproduces. This bonus scales each day a flower fails to reproduce, up to a maximum of 90% later 20 days.

Blossom genetics

An of import annotation: a blossom’due south color isn’t important when deciding what children it will make. Both color and possible children are directly caused past its genetics.

Every flower in
New Horizons
possesses data simulating real-globe genetics. As such, gene inheritance tin can also be modeled using real earth methods—namely, a Punnett foursquare can be used to determine the odds of a child of ii specific parents possessing specific genes.

Every species of flower has iii carve up genes, except roses, which have four. These genes dictate what color the blossom will exist, which are listed below in ternary notation. To translate to genetic note, substitute a value of 0 for xx, a i for 20, and a 2 for 20. For example, a rose listed as R1Y0W2B2 would go RryyWWBB. In general, the ‘R’ cistron tends to dictate a flower’s redness, the ‘Y’ gene tends to dictate a flower’s yellowness, and the ‘W’ gene, or the lack of ‘R’ or ‘Y’ genes, tends to favor whiter-colored flowers. The ‘B’ gene present in roses tends to favor brighter-colored flowers.

Primary flowers retrieved from mystery tours share the same genes as those grown from seeds of the same color. Prior to update 1.two, hybrid flowers could rarely be encountered on mystery tours. They would e’er have the highest possible combination of genes for their color, represented on the tables below every bit their color’s most bottom-right position.

Rose genetics
R Y W B0 B1 B2
0 0 0 NH-white rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
0 0 1 NH-white rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
0 0 2 NH-purple roses-icon.png NH-purple roses-icon.png NH-purple roses-icon.png
0 1 0 NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png
0 one 1 NH-white rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
0 1 2 NH-purple roses-icon.png NH-purple roses-icon.png NH-purple roses-icon.png
0 2 0 NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png
0 2 1 NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png
0 ii 2 NH-white rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
ane 0 0 NH-red rose icon.png NH-pink rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
1 0 one NH-red rose icon.png NH-pink rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
one 0 2 NH-red rose icon.png NH-pink rose icon.png NH-purple roses-icon.png
1 one 0 NH-orange rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png
1 1 one NH-red rose icon.png NH-pink rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
1 1 2 NH-red rose icon.png NH-pink rose icon.png NH-purple roses-icon.png
1 ii 0 NH-orange rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png
1 2 1 NH-orange rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png
1 2 2 NH-red rose icon.png NH-pink rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
2 0 0 NH-black roses-icon.png NH-red rose icon.png NH-pink rose icon.png
2 0 1 NH-black roses-icon.png NH-red rose icon.png NH-pink rose icon.png
2 0 2 NH-black roses-icon.png NH-red rose icon.png NH-pink rose icon.png
ii 1 0 NH-orange rose icon.png NH-orange rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png
2 1 1 NH-red rose icon.png NH-red rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
two 1 2 NH-black roses-icon.png NH-red rose icon.png NH-purple roses-icon.png
2 2 0 NH-orange rose icon.png NH-orange rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png
2 2 1 NH-orange rose icon.png NH-orange rose icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png
2 ii ii NH-blue roses-icon.png NH-red rose icon.png NH-white rose icon.png
Available as seeds
  • While a gilt rose cannot clone or breed with another golden rose, it tin be used every bit a partner to some other rose. For this purpose, it is considered to have a ‘rryywwbb’ genotype.
3-gene flowers
Genotype Phenotype
R Y Westward Tulips Pansies Cosmos Lilies Hyacinths Windflowers Mums
0 0 0 NH-white tulips-icon.png NH-white pansy icon.png NH-white cosmos-icon.png NH-white lily icon.png NH-white hyacinth icon.png NH-white windflowers-icon.png NH-white mum icon.png
0 0 1 NH-white tulips-icon.png NH-white pansy icon.png NH-white cosmos-icon.png NH-white lily icon.png NH-white hyacinth icon.png NH-white windflowers-icon.png NH-white mum icon.png
0 0 ii NH-white tulips-icon.png NH-blue pansy icon.png NH-white cosmos-icon.png NH-white lily icon.png NH-blue hyacinth icon.png NH-blue windflowers-icon.png NH-purple mum icon.png
0 i 0 NH-yellow tulips-icon.png NH-yellow pansies-icon.png NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png NH-yellow lily icon.png NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png NH-orange windflowers-icon.png NH-yellow mum icon.png
0 ane 1 NH-yellow tulips-icon.png NH-yellow pansies-icon.png NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png NH-white lily icon.png NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png NH-orange windflowers-icon.png NH-yellow mum icon.png
0 1 2 NH-white tulips-icon.png NH-blue pansy icon.png NH-white cosmos-icon.png NH-white lily icon.png NH-white hyacinth icon.png NH-blue windflowers-icon.png NH-white mum icon.png
0 2 0 NH-yellow tulips-icon.png NH-yellow pansies-icon.png NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png NH-yellow lily icon.png NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png NH-orange windflowers-icon.png NH-yellow mum icon.png
0 two 1 NH-yellow tulips-icon.png NH-yellow pansies-icon.png NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png NH-yellow lily icon.png NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png NH-orange windflowers-icon.png NH-yellow mum icon.png
0 2 ii NH-yellow tulips-icon.png NH-yellow pansies-icon.png NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png NH-white lily icon.png NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png NH-orange windflowers-icon.png NH-yellow mum icon.png
1 0 0 NH-red tulips-icon.png NH-red pansy icon.png NH-pink cosmos-icon.png NH-red lily icon.png NH-red hyacinth icon.png NH-red windflowers-icon.png NH-pink mum icon.png
1 0 1 NH-pink tulips-icon.png NH-red pansy icon.png NH-pink cosmos-icon.png NH-pink lilies-icon.png NH-pink hyacinths-icon.png NH-red windflowers-icon.png NH-pink mum icon.png
1 0 two NH-white tulips-icon.png NH-blue pansy icon.png NH-pink cosmos-icon.png NH-white lily icon.png NH-white hyacinth icon.png NH-blue windflowers-icon.png NH-pink mum icon.png
1 1 0 NH-orange tulips-icon.png NH-orange pansy icon.png NH-orange cosmos-icon.png NH-orange lily icon.png NH-orange hyacinth icon.png NH-pink windflowers-icon.png NH-yellow mum icon.png
1 ane i NH-yellow tulips-icon.png NH-orange pansy icon.png NH-orange cosmos-icon.png NH-yellow lily icon.png NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png NH-pink windflowers-icon.png NH-red mum icon.png
1 i two NH-yellow tulips-icon.png NH-orange pansy icon.png NH-pink cosmos-icon.png NH-yellow lily icon.png NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png NH-pink windflowers-icon.png NH-pink mum icon.png
i ii 0 NH-orange tulips-icon.png NH-yellow pansies-icon.png NH-orange cosmos-icon.png NH-orange lily icon.png NH-orange hyacinth icon.png NH-orange windflowers-icon.png NH-purple mum icon.png
1 2 1 NH-yellow tulips-icon.png NH-yellow pansies-icon.png NH-orange cosmos-icon.png NH-yellow lily icon.png NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png NH-orange windflowers-icon.png NH-purple mum icon.png
1 2 2 NH-yellow tulips-icon.png NH-yellow pansies-icon.png NH-orange cosmos-icon.png NH-yellow lily icon.png NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png NH-orange windflowers-icon.png NH-purple mum icon.png
ii 0 0 NH-black tulips-icon.png NH-red pansy icon.png NH-red cosmos-icon.png NH-black lilies-icon.png NH-red hyacinth icon.png NH-red windflowers-icon.png NH-red mum icon.png
two 0 1 NH-red tulips-icon.png NH-red pansy icon.png NH-red cosmos-icon.png NH-red lily icon.png NH-red hyacinth icon.png NH-red windflowers-icon.png NH-red mum icon.png
2 0 ii NH-red tulips-icon.png NH-purple pansies-icon.png NH-red cosmos-icon.png NH-pink lilies-icon.png NH-red hyacinth icon.png NH-purple windflowers-icon.png NH-red mum icon.png
2 1 0 NH-black tulips-icon.png NH-red pansy icon.png NH-orange cosmos-icon.png NH-black lilies-icon.png NH-blue hyacinth icon.png NH-red windflowers-icon.png NH-purple mum icon.png
2 1 i NH-red tulips-icon.png NH-red pansy icon.png NH-orange cosmos-icon.png NH-red lily icon.png NH-red hyacinth icon.png NH-red windflowers-icon.png NH-purple mum icon.png
2 i 2 NH-red tulips-icon.png NH-purple pansies-icon.png NH-red cosmos-icon.png NH-pink lilies-icon.png NH-red hyacinth icon.png NH-purple windflowers-icon.png NH-red mum icon.png
2 2 0 NH-purple tulips-icon.png NH-orange pansy icon.png NH-black cosmos-icon.png NH-orange lily icon.png NH-purple hyacinths-icon.png NH-pink windflowers-icon.png NH-green mums-icon.png
ii 2 1 NH-purple tulips-icon.png NH-orange pansy icon.png NH-black cosmos-icon.png NH-orange lily icon.png NH-purple hyacinths-icon.png NH-pink windflowers-icon.png NH-green mums-icon.png
two ii 2 NH-purple tulips-icon.png NH-purple pansies-icon.png NH-red cosmos-icon.png NH-white lily icon.png NH-purple hyacinths-icon.png NH-purple windflowers-icon.png NH-red mum icon.png
Available as seeds

Hybridization layouts

Breeding layouts

The post-obit layouts are advised when two parents are required to create an offspring.

Pair layout

Pair layout
NH-purple roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png

A pair layout works for both same parents and different parents. They may non breed frequently, but all offspring are guaranteed to inherit genes of each parent, making tracking genetics simple.

Diamond layout

Diamond layout
NH-purple roses-icon.png
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png
NH-purple roses-icon.png

This layout is particularly good for breeding parents with unlike genetics. Fifty-fifty if 1 pair in a diamond layout breeds, both of the other flowers still have a partner. No clones will be bred with this method.

Double diamond layout
NH-purple roses-icon.png NH-white cosmos-icon.png NH-purple roses-icon.png NH-white cosmos-icon.png
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
NH-purple roses-icon.png NH-white cosmos-icon.png NH-purple roses-icon.png NH-white cosmos-icon.png

Diamond layouts of different species may be intertwined for better infinite efficiency. Just unlike species tin can be intertwined in this style, if flowers of the aforementioned species are intertwined then unintended offspring may be produced.

Square layout

Square layout
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png

This style of layout is but suitable when the parents are identical. It is clone resistant, dense and piece of cake to tile.

Clone tolerant breeding layouts

When breeding parents for specific results sometimes clones from one of the parents tin can be tolerated. These can be proficient for when the offspring’due south phenotype is dissimilar from that of the parents, making the offspring easy to identify from the parents.

5×1 layout

5×1 layout
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-yellow rose icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png

When breeding two different parents together sometimes clones can be tolerated in ane of the parents. In this layout the yellow roses will always produce offspring with a blackness rose, however information technology is possible for the black roses in this example to clone themselves.

Turtle layout

Turtle layout
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png NH-black roses-icon.png

For when in that location is merely one parent the turtle offers a very space efficient layout. It is possible, just unlikely, for any of the flowers to clone themselves if all the flowers in the eight tiles effectually it are already breeding with some other flower. For a high number of visitors watering then this layout can lead to a high failure rate, so other layouts should exist considered.

Cloning layouts

Isolated clone

Isolated clone
NH-black roses-icon.png

Very only, if a flower is not touching another bloom of the same species and so information technology volition have a chance of producing a clone. The offspring of a clone will be genetically identical to its parent. This is very unproblematic and makes tracking the parent of a clone very easy.

Interwoven clones

Interwoven clones
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-purple hyacinths-icon.png
NH-blue windflowers-icon.png NH-green mums-icon.png
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-purple hyacinths-icon.png
NH-blue windflowers-icon.png NH-green mums-icon.png
NH-black roses-icon.png NH-purple hyacinths-icon.png
NH-blue windflowers-icon.png NH-green mums-icon.png

To produce clones in a smaller expanse many flowers of dissimilar species can be grouped together. Care should be taken to ensure that a bloom is not touching another blossom of the aforementioned species

Inefficient layouts

The following layouts are not advised due to their poor space efficiency or their tendency to produce clones when breeding is desired.

NHFlowerHybridCross.png

A cross layout is not ideal for convenance hybrids as only one pair may brood each mean solar day. Any other offspring will be clones.

Hybridization

Simple hybridization requires minimal tracking of genealogy as almost tin be bred directly from seeded flowers.

Advanced hybridization requires some tracking of genealogy as multiple generations of flowers must be used. As these require precise awareness of one’s flower’s genotypes for all-time odds of success, information technology is recommended to use flower layouts such as isolated pairs or diamonds which cannot produce clones, versus checkerboards or crosses which may produce clones. The ‘Advance Hybridisation’ table simply show a single possible route for getting all phenotypes of a given species. They may not show the most directly road for a given phenotype, and it is possible for players to see unlike results if they kickoff with not-seed flowers with unknown genotypes.

Hover over a flower for details on its genotype.

Roses

There are nine phenotype of rose, though only eight are obtainable through breeding. The gilt rose can merely be created by watering a black rose with a gilt watering can. A golden watering tin can waters a 3-by-3 area at a time, if at that place is a blackness rose in the middle of this expanse then a ‘golden’ flag is set, which causes the black rose to accept a l% gamble of transforming in to a aureate rose at the beginning of each twenty-four hours. This flag persists even if the rose is dug up and moved to a unlike isle. Golden roses cannot reproduce and cannot clone themselves.

The phenotype for roses are:

Roses

NH-red rose icon.png

NH-white rose icon.png

NH-yellow rose icon.png

NH-red rose icon.png


NH-black roses-icon.png
25%
NH-red rose icon.png
fifty%

NH-pink rose icon.png
25%


NH-red rose icon.png
25%
NH-red rose icon.png
25%

NH-pink rose icon.png
25%
NH-pink rose icon.png
25%


NH-orange rose icon.png
fifty%
NH-yellow rose icon.png
50%


NH-white rose icon.png


NH-white rose icon.png
25%
NH-white rose icon.png
50%

NH-purple roses-icon.png
25%


NH-yellow rose icon.png
50%
NH-white rose icon.png
50%


NH-yellow rose icon.png


NH-yellow rose icon.png
100%

Available every bit seeds
Advance Hybridization Roses
Parent A Parent B Children

NH-white rose icon.png

NH-white rose icon.png


NH-white rose icon.png
25%

NH-white rose icon.png
50%


NH-purple roses-icon.png
25%


NH-white rose icon.png

NH-yellow rose icon.png


NH-white rose icon.png
50%

NH-yellow rose icon.png
fifty%


NH-red rose icon.png

NH-yellow rose icon.png


NH-orange rose icon.png
50%

NH-yellow rose icon.png
50%


NH-purple roses-icon.png

NH-white rose icon.png


NH-white rose icon.png
25%

NH-white rose icon.png
25%


NH-purple roses-icon.png
25%

NH-purple roses-icon.png
25%


NH-purple roses-icon.png

NH-orange rose icon.png


NH-red rose icon.png
12.v%

NH-red rose icon.png
25%


NH-white rose icon.png
12.v%

NH-white rose icon.png
25%


NH-orange rose icon.png
12.five%

NH-yellow rose icon.png
12.5%


NH-orange rose icon.png

NH-orange rose icon.png


NH-orange rose icon.png
12.5%

NH-orange rose icon.png
25%


NH-orange rose icon.png
half-dozen.25%

NH-orange rose icon.png
12.5%


NH-red rose icon.png
12.5%

NH-blue roses-icon.png
6.25%


NH-yellow rose icon.png
vi.25%

NH-yellow rose icon.png
12.five%


NH-white rose icon.png
6.25%

When convenance the rryyWWss royal and rrYyWwss white roses, only the rrYyWWss purple offspring should be carried to the next stage. When bred with a rrYYwwss yellow (acquired from seed) this volition produce both white and yellow offspring. The other rryyWWss purple will only produce white offspring when bred with a rrYYwwss yellow.
When breeding the orange roses together in the final phase the red offspring can exist bred together and will accept a 25% take chances of producing blueish roses.
Available as seeds

Tulips

In that location are seven phenotype of tulips:

Tulips

NH-red tulips-icon.png

NH-white tulips-icon.png

NH-yellow tulips-icon.png

NH-red tulips-icon.png


NH-red tulips-icon.png
25%
NH-red tulips-icon.png
50%

NH-black tulips-icon.png
25%


NH-red tulips-icon.png
25%
NH-pink tulips-icon.png
50%

NH-white tulips-icon.png
25%


NH-yellow tulips-icon.png
l%
NH-orange tulips-icon.png
50%


NH-white tulips-icon.png


NH-white tulips-icon.png
25%
NH-white tulips-icon.png
fifty%

NH-white tulips-icon.png
25%


NH-yellow tulips-icon.png
50%
NH-yellow tulips-icon.png
50%


NH-yellow tulips-icon.png


NH-yellow tulips-icon.png
100%

Available every bit seeds
Accelerate Hybridization Tulips
Parent A Parent B Children

NH-red tulips-icon.png

NH-white tulips-icon.png


NH-red tulips-icon.png
25%
NH-pink tulips-icon.png
50%

NH-white tulips-icon.png
25%


NH-red tulips-icon.png

NH-yellow tulips-icon.png


NH-orange tulips-icon.png
50%
NH-yellow tulips-icon.png
50%


NH-orange tulips-icon.png

NH-orange tulips-icon.png


NH-white tulips-icon.png
6%
NH-red tulips-icon.png
xiii%

NH-yellow tulips-icon.png
vi%
NH-yellow tulips-icon.png
xiii%

NH-orange tulips-icon.png
25%
NH-orange tulips-icon.png
xiii%

NH-black tulips-icon.png
6%
NH-black tulips-icon.png
13%

NH-purple tulips-icon.png
half dozen%

When convenance the orange tulips together in the final stage, the orange offspring accept an equal or higher risk of producing a purple tulip.
Available every bit seeds

Pansies

There are half dozen phenotype of pansies:

Pansies

NH-red pansy icon.png

NH-white pansy icon.png

NH-yellow pansies-icon.png

NH-red pansy icon.png


NH-red pansy icon.png
100%


NH-red pansy icon.png
fifty%
NH-red pansy icon.png
50%


NH-orange pansy icon.png
100%


NH-white pansy icon.png


NH-white pansy icon.png
25%
NH-white pansy icon.png
l%

NH-blue pansy icon.png
25%


NH-yellow pansies-icon.png
50%
NH-yellow pansies-icon.png
l%


NH-yellow pansies-icon.png


NH-yellow pansies-icon.png
100%

Bachelor equally seeds
Advance Hybridization Pansies
Parent A Parent B Children

NH-red pansy icon.png

NH-yellow pansies-icon.png


NH-orange pansy icon.png
100%


NH-white pansy icon.png

NH-white pansy icon.png


NH-white pansy icon.png
25%
NH-white pansy icon.png
fifty%

NH-blue pansy icon.png
25%


NH-blue pansy icon.png

NH-red pansy icon.png


NH-red pansy icon.png
100%


NH-red pansy icon.png

NH-red pansy icon.png


NH-white pansy icon.png
6%
NH-white pansy icon.png
13%

NH-blue pansy icon.png
6%
NH-red pansy icon.png
13%

NH-red pansy icon.png
25%
NH-blue pansy icon.png
13%

NH-red pansy icon.png
6%
NH-red pansy icon.png
xiii%

NH-purple pansies-icon.png
6%

Available every bit seeds

Cosmos

There are vi phenotype of creation:

Creation

NH-red cosmos-icon.png

NH-white cosmos-icon.png

NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png

NH-red cosmos-icon.png


NH-red cosmos-icon.png
100%


NH-pink cosmos-icon.png
50%
NH-pink cosmos-icon.png
50%


NH-orange cosmos-icon.png
50%
NH-orange cosmos-icon.png
50%


NH-white cosmos-icon.png


NH-white cosmos-icon.png
25%
NH-white cosmos-icon.png
l%

NH-white cosmos-icon.png
25%


NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
25%
NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
50%

NH-white cosmos-icon.png
25%


NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png


NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
25%
NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
50%

NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
25%

Available as seeds
Accelerate Hybridization Cosmos
Parent A Parent B Children

NH-red cosmos-icon.png

NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png


NH-orange cosmos-icon.png
50%
NH-orange cosmos-icon.png
50%


NH-orange cosmos-icon.png

NH-orange cosmos-icon.png


NH-white cosmos-icon.png
6%
NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
13%

NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png
half dozen%
NH-pink cosmos-icon.png
13%

NH-orange cosmos-icon.png
25%
NH-orange cosmos-icon.png
xiii%

NH-red cosmos-icon.png
6%
NH-orange cosmos-icon.png
13%

NH-black cosmos-icon.png
vi%

RrYyww orange and RrYyWw orange tin exist used interchangeably for breeding black cosmos, although in the worst instance scenario, the chance of breeding a black cosmos drops to approximately 4.7%. For all other combinations of orange cosmos the chance of producing a black cosmos is 6.25%.
Orange offspring from the Hybrids, when bred together, will produce black creation at a higher rate of 25% to 50% depending on the combination used.
Bachelor equally seeds

Lilies

All possible phenotypes of lilies tin can exist bred from starting seeds.

In that location are six phenotype of lilies:

Lilies

NH-red lily icon.png

NH-white lily icon.png

NH-yellow lily icon.png

NH-red lily icon.png


NH-black lilies-icon.png
25%
NH-red lily icon.png
l%

NH-pink lilies-icon.png
25%


NH-pink lilies-icon.png
50%
NH-white lily icon.png
50%


NH-orange lily icon.png
50%
NH-yellow lily icon.png
fifty%


NH-white lily icon.png


NH-white lily icon.png
100%


NH-yellow lily icon.png
100%


NH-yellow lily icon.png


NH-yellow lily icon.png
100%

Available as seeds

Hyacinths

In that location are seven phenotype of hyacinths:

Hyacinths

NH-red hyacinth icon.png

NH-white hyacinth icon.png

NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png

NH-red hyacinth icon.png


NH-red hyacinth icon.png
25%
NH-red hyacinth icon.png
50%

NH-red hyacinth icon.png
25%


NH-red hyacinth icon.png
25%
NH-pink hyacinths-icon.png
50%

NH-white hyacinth icon.png
25%


NH-orange hyacinth icon.png
l%
NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png
50%


NH-white hyacinth icon.png


NH-white hyacinth icon.png
25%
NH-white hyacinth icon.png
50%

NH-blue hyacinth icon.png
25%


NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png
50%
NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png
50%


NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png


NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png
100%

Bachelor equally seeds
Accelerate Hybridization Hyacinths
Parent A Parent B Children

NH-red hyacinth icon.png

NH-white hyacinth icon.png


NH-red hyacinth icon.png
25%
NH-pink hyacinths-icon.png
50%

NH-white hyacinth icon.png
25%


NH-orange hyacinth icon.png

NH-orange hyacinth icon.png


NH-red hyacinth icon.png
6%
NH-red hyacinth icon.png
13%

NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png
vi%
NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png
xiii%

NH-orange hyacinth icon.png
25%
NH-orange hyacinth icon.png
13%

NH-white hyacinth icon.png
6%
NH-blue hyacinth icon.png
xiii%

NH-purple hyacinths-icon.png
half dozen%

Blue offspring grown this way have a 25% chance of producing royal offspring.
Available every bit seeds

Windflower

The windflower is the only blossom in New Horizons without a true yellow phenotype. Instead, the yellow gene represents itself in this species as orangish.

At that place are half-dozen phenotype of windflower:

Windflower

NH-red windflowers-icon.png

NH-white windflowers-icon.png

NH-orange windflowers-icon.png

NH-red windflowers-icon.png


NH-red windflowers-icon.png
100%


NH-red windflowers-icon.png
l%
NH-red windflowers-icon.png
fifty%


NH-pink windflowers-icon.png
100%


NH-white windflowers-icon.png


NH-white windflowers-icon.png
25%
NH-white windflowers-icon.png
l%

NH-blue windflowers-icon.png
25%


NH-orange windflowers-icon.png
50%
NH-orange windflowers-icon.png
50%


NH-orange windflowers-icon.png


NH-orange windflowers-icon.png
100%

Available as seeds
Advance Hybridization Windflowers
Parent A Parent B Children

NH-white windflowers-icon.png

NH-white windflowers-icon.png


NH-red windflowers-icon.png
25%
NH-white windflowers-icon.png
50%

NH-blue windflowers-icon.png
25%


NH-blue windflowers-icon.png

NH-red windflowers-icon.png


NH-red windflowers-icon.png
100%


NH-red windflowers-icon.png

NH-red windflowers-icon.png


NH-white windflowers-icon.png
6%
NH-white windflowers-icon.png
13%

NH-red windflowers-icon.png
25%
NH-red windflowers-icon.png
thirteen%

NH-red windflowers-icon.png
six%
NH-red windflowers-icon.png
thirteen%

NH-blue windflowers-icon.png
half dozen%
NH-blue windflowers-icon.png
13%

NH-purple windflowers-icon.png
6%

ii in 3 dejection produced past this method will possess genes capable of breeding purple flowers 25% of the time. Blues bred through this method can be moved and grown together for increased chances of breeding royal flowers.
The path for orange is not testify as information technology is obtainable from seeds.
Available as seeds

Mums

The mum is the only blossom in New Horizons with a dark-green phenotype. Every bit greenish mums require 2 red genes and two yellow genes, it effectively takes the identify of orange in other species.

In that location are six phenotype of mums:

Mums

NH-red mum icon.png

NH-white mum icon.png

NH-yellow mum icon.png

NH-red mum icon.png


NH-red mum icon.png
100%


NH-pink mum icon.png
50%
NH-pink mum icon.png
l%


NH-yellow mum icon.png
100%


NH-white mum icon.png


NH-white mum icon.png
25%
NH-white mum icon.png
fifty%

NH-purple mum icon.png
25%


NH-yellow mum icon.png
50%
NH-yellow mum icon.png
50%


NH-yellow mum icon.png


NH-yellow mum icon.png
100%

Bachelor equally seeds
Accelerate Hybridization Mums
Parent A Parent B Children

NH-red mum icon.png

NH-yellow mum icon.png


NH-yellow mum icon.png
100%


NH-yellow mum icon.png

NH-yellow mum icon.png


NH-white mum icon.png
half-dozen%
NH-yellow mum icon.png
13%

NH-yellow mum icon.png
6%
NH-pink mum icon.png
13%

NH-yellow mum icon.png
25%
NH-purple mum icon.png
13%

NH-red mum icon.png
6%
NH-purple mum icon.png
13%

NH-green mums-icon.png
six%


NH-purple mum icon.png

NH-purple mum icon.png


NH-red mum icon.png
25%
NH-purple mum icon.png
50%

NH-green mums-icon.png
25%

RRYyww and RrYYww can be used interchangeably for breeding greenish mums. If whatsoever other combination of purple mums are used, and then a yellowish mum is produced instead of a red mum.
Available as seeds

Mobile

Roses
Seed
NH-red rose icon.png+ Seed
NH-red rose icon.png= RRyywwbb
NH-black roses-icon.png25%, RRyywwBb
NH-red rose icon.pngfifty%, RRyywwBB
NH-pink rose icon.png25%
Seed
NH-white rose icon.png+ Seed
NH-white rose icon.png= rryywwbb
NH-white rose icon.png25%, rryyWwbb
NH-white rose icon.png50%, rryyWWbb
NH-purple roses-icon.png25%
Seed
NH-white rose icon.png+ Seed
NH-yellow rose icon.png= rrYyWwbb
NH-white rose icon.png50%, rrYywwbb 50%
Seed
NH-red rose icon.png+ Seed
NH-yellow rose icon.png= RrYywwbb
NH-orange rose icon.png50%, RrYywwBb
NH-yellow rose icon.pngfifty%
Advanced
rryyWWbb
NH-purple roses-icon.png+ rrYyWwbb
NH-white rose icon.png= rryyWwbb
NH-white rose icon.png25%, rrYyWwbb
NH-white rose icon.png25%, rryyWWbb
NH-purple roses-icon.png25%, rrYyWWbb
NH-purple roses-icon.png25%
rryyWWbb
NH-purple roses-icon.png+ RrYywwbb
NH-orange rose icon.png= RrYywwbb
NH-red rose icon.png12.v%, RrYyWwbb

NH-red rose icon.png
25%, rryyWwbb
NH-white rose icon.png12.v%, rrYyWwbb
NH-white rose icon.png25%, RrYYWwbb
NH-orange rose icon.png12.5%, rrYYWwbb
NH-yellow rose icon.png12.five%
RrYYWwbb
NH-orange rose icon.png+ RrYYWwbb
NH-orange rose icon.png= RrYYwwbb
NH-orange rose icon.png12.5%, RrYYWwbb
NH-orange rose icon.png25%, RRYYwwbb
NH-orange rose icon.png6.25%, RRYYWwbb
NH-orange rose icon.png12.v%, RrYYWWbb
NH-red rose icon.png12.five%, RRYYWWbb
NH-blue roses-icon.png6.25%, rrYYwwbb
NH-yellow rose icon.png6.25%, rrYYWwbb
NH-yellow rose icon.png12.five%, rrYYWWbb
NH-white rose icon.png6.25%
When breeding the rryyWWbb purple and rrYyWwbb white roses, just the rrYyWWbb regal offspring should be carried to the next stage. When bred with a seed yellow this will produce both white and yellow offspring. The other rryyWWbb purple will only produce white offspring when bred with a rrYYwwbb yellow.
When convenance the orangish roses together in the final stage the red offspring can exist bred together and volition take a 25% chance of producing blueish roses.
Tulips
Seed
NH-red tulips-icon.png+ Seed
NH-white tulips-icon.png= Rryyww
NH-red tulips-icon.png25%, RryyWw
NH-pink tulips-icon.png50%, RryyWW
NH-white tulips-icon.png25%
Seed
NH-red tulips-icon.png+ Seed
NH-yellow tulips-icon.png= RrYyww
NH-orange tulips-icon.png50%, RrYyWw
NH-yellow tulips-icon.png50%
Seed
NH-red tulips-icon.png+ Seed
NH-red tulips-icon.png= RRyyww
NH-black tulips-icon.png25%, RRyyWw
NH-red tulips-icon.pngl%, RRyyWW
NH-red tulips-icon.png25%
Advanced
Hybrid
NH-orange tulips-icon.png+ Hybrid
NH-orange tulips-icon.png= rryywwbb
NH-white tulips-icon.png6%, rrYyww
NH-yellow tulips-icon.png13%, rrYYww
NH-yellow tulips-icon.png6%, Rryyww
NH-red tulips-icon.png13%, RrYyww
NH-orange tulips-icon.png25%, RrYYww
NH-orange tulips-icon.png13%, RRyyww
NH-black tulips-icon.png6%, RRYyww
NH-black tulips-icon.png13%, RRYYww
NH-purple tulips-icon.png6%
Orangish tulips grown this way should be integrated into the main structure for improved chances to go purple.
Pansies
Seed
NH-white pansy icon.png+ Seed
NH-white pansy icon.png= rryyww
NH-white pansy icon.png25%, rryyWw
NH-white pansy icon.png50%, rryyWW
NH-blue pansy icon.png25%
Seed
NH-red pansy icon.png+ Seed
NH-yellow pansies-icon.png= RrYyww
NH-orange pansy icon.png100%
Advanced
Seed
NH-red pansy icon.png+ rryyWW
NH-blue pansy icon.png25%= RryyWw
NH-red pansy icon.png100%
RryyWw
NH-red pansy icon.png+ RryyWw
NH-red pansy icon.png
= rryyww
NH-white pansy icon.pnghalf-dozen%, rryyWw
NH-white pansy icon.pngthirteen%, rryyWW
NH-blue pansy icon.png6%,

NH-red pansy icon.png
thirteen%, RryyWw
NH-red pansy icon.png25%, RryyWW
NH-blue pansy icon.png13%, RRyyww
NH-red pansy icon.png6%, RRyyWw
NH-red pansy icon.pngxiii%, RRyyWW
NH-purple pansies-icon.png6%
Cosmos
Seed
NH-red cosmos-icon.png+ Seed
NH-white cosmos-icon.png= Rryyww
NH-pink cosmos-icon.png50%, RryyWw
NH-pink cosmos-icon.pngfifty%
Seed
NH-red cosmos-icon.png+ Seed
NH-white cosmos-icon.png= RrYyww
NH-orange cosmos-icon.png50%, RrYyWw
NH-orange cosmos-icon.png50%
Advanced
Hybrid
NH-orange cosmos-icon.png+ Hybrid
NH-orange cosmos-icon.png= rryyww
NH-white cosmos-icon.png6%, rrYyww
NH-yellow cosmos-icon.png13%, rrYYww
NH-yellow cosmos-icon.pngsix%, Rryyww
NH-pink cosmos-icon.png13%, RrYyww
NH-orange cosmos-icon.png25%, RrYYww
NH-orange cosmos-icon.pngthirteen%, RRyyww
NH-red cosmos-icon.pnghalf-dozen%, RRYyww
NH-orange cosmos-icon.pngxiii%, RRYYww
NH-black cosmos-icon.png6%
Hybrid oranges can be used interchangeably for convenance blackness cosmos, although in the worst case scenario, the chance of breeding a black creation drops to approximately 4.7%. For all other combinations of orange cosmos the take chances of producing a black cosmos is six.25%.
Orangish offspring from the Hybrids, when bred together, will produce blackness cosmos at a higher charge per unit of 25% to 50% depending on the combination used.
Lilies
Seed
NH-red lily icon.png+ Seed
NH-red lily icon.png= RRyyww
NH-black lilies-icon.png25%, RRyyWw
NH-red lily icon.png50%, RRyyWW
NH-pink lilies-icon.png25%
Seed
NH-red lily icon.png+ Seed
NH-white lily icon.png= RryyWw
NH-pink lilies-icon.png50%, RryyWW
NH-white lily icon.png50%
Seed
NH-red lily icon.png+ Seed
NH-yellow lily icon.png= RrYyww
NH-orange lily icon.png50%, RrYyWw
NH-yellow lily icon.png50%
Hyacinths
Seed
NH-red hyacinth icon.png+ Seed
NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png= RrYyww
NH-orange hyacinth icon.pngfifty%, RrYyWw
NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png50%
Seed
NH-red hyacinth icon.png+ Seed
NH-white hyacinth icon.png= Rryyww
NH-red hyacinth icon.png25%, RryyWw
NH-pink hyacinths-icon.pngl%, RryyWW
NH-white hyacinth icon.png25%
Seed
NH-white hyacinth icon.png+ Seed
NH-white hyacinth icon.png= rryyww
NH-white hyacinth icon.png25%, rryyWw
NH-white hyacinth icon.pngl%, rryyWW
NH-blue hyacinth icon.png25%
Avant-garde
Hybrid
NH-orange hyacinth icon.png+ Hybrid
NH-orange hyacinth icon.png= rryyww
NH-white hyacinth icon.pnghalf dozen%, rrYyww
NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png13%, rrYYww
NH-yellow hyacinths-icon.png6%, Rryyww
NH-red hyacinth icon.png13%, RrYyww
NH-orange hyacinth icon.png25%, RrYYww
NH-orange hyacinth icon.pngxiii%, RRyyww
NH-red hyacinth icon.pnghalf dozen%, RRYyww
NH-blue hyacinth icon.pngthirteen%, RRYYww
NH-orange hyacinth icon.pnghalf-dozen%
Blue offspring in the avant-garde section have a 25% gamble of producing regal offspring.
Windflowers
Seed
NH-red windflowers-icon.png+ Seed
NH-orange windflowers-icon.png= RrYyww
NH-pink windflowers-icon.png100%
Seed
NH-white windflowers-icon.png+ Seed
NH-white windflowers-icon.png= rryyww
NH-white windflowers-icon.png25%, rryyWw
NH-white windflowers-icon.png50%, rryyWW
NH-blue windflowers-icon.png25%
Advanced
Seed
NH-red windflowers-icon.png+ rryyWW
NH-blue windflowers-icon.png= RryyWw
NH-red windflowers-icon.png100%
RryyWw
NH-red windflowers-icon.png+ RryyWw
NH-red windflowers-icon.png= rryyww
NH-white windflowers-icon.png6%, rryyWw
NH-white windflowers-icon.pngxiii%, RryyWw
NH-red windflowers-icon.png25%, Rryyww
NH-red windflowers-icon.pngxiii%, RRyyww
NH-red windflowers-icon.pngsix%, RRyyWw
NH-red windflowers-icon.png13%, rryyWW
NH-blue windflowers-icon.pngsix%, RryyWW
NH-blue windflowers-icon.pngthirteen%, RRyyWW
NH-purple windflowers-icon.png6%
two in three blues produced by this method will possess genes capable of breeding purple flowers 25% of the fourth dimension. All blues bred through this method should be moved and grown together. Red and white flowers grown this way should be discarded.
Mums
Seed
NH-red mum icon.png+ Seed
NH-white mum icon.png= RRyyww
NH-pink mum icon.png50%, RRyyWw
NH-pink mum icon.png50%
Seed
NH-white mum icon.png+ Seed
NH-white mum icon.png= rryyww
NH-white mum icon.png25%, rryyWw
NH-white mum icon.png50%, rryyWW
NH-purple mum icon.png25%
Seed
NH-red mum icon.png+ Seed
NH-yellow mum icon.png= RrYyww 100%
Advanced
RrYyww + RrYyww = rryyww
NH-white mum icon.png6%, rrYyww
NH-yellow mum icon.png13%, rrYYww
NH-yellow mum icon.pnghalf-dozen%, RryywwNH-pink mum icon.png13%, RrYyww
NH-yellow mum icon.png25%, RrYYww
NH-purple mum icon.png13%, RRyyww
NH-red mum icon.png6%, RRYyww
NH-purple mum icon.png13%, RRYYww
NH-green mums-icon.png6%
RRYyww
NH-purple mum icon.png+ RRYyww
NH-purple mum icon.png= RRyyww
NH-red mum icon.png25%, RRYyww
NH-purple mum icon.pngfifty%, RRYYww
NH-green mums-icon.png25%
RRYyww purples and RrYYww purples tin can be used interchangeably for breeding green mums. If any other combination of purple mums are used, and so a yellow mum is produced instead of a red mum.


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