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Plants that dislike each other?

AuthorMessage
Survivor
Apr 30, 2009
19
** Hello, Wizards! ** I've decided to try gardening with my second wizard after maxing out my first one (with which I didn't try any crafting or gardening), so I'm wondering: What happens if a wizard puts two disliked plants next to each other? Does it not grow? Will it mature slower? Thanks! Molly Green

Illuminator
Feb 24, 2009
1353
They have a fist fight. Or in this case, a leaf-fight.

And in the red corner today... We have the King Parsley! And he'll be going against the ultimate and undefeated STINKWEED!!!

Historian
Jul 28, 2011
600
Yes, I think they will either die, wither, or grow slower. If you put a peice of furniture or plant they like next to them, they will grow faster.

-Angela DragonStone
the wizard that rokz

Adherent
Jul 03, 2010
2638
I garden for the fun of it and really don't notice the like dislike when I do and so far nothings really been a problem for me.

I think if anything it's probably longer to grow.

Survivor
May 30, 2010
27
mollyann812000 on Mar 21, 2013 wrote:
** Hello, Wizards! ** I've decided to try gardening with my second wizard after maxing out my first one (with which I didn't try any crafting or gardening), so I'm wondering: What happens if a wizard puts two disliked plants next to each other? Does it not grow? Will it mature slower? Thanks! Molly Green
I did it. It just takes them a little longer to mature and produce, but that seems to be it.

Survivor
May 13, 2009
8
I found my Tiger Lilly took forever to go Elder when in the Stinkweed patch. I use it to my advantage now...

Explorer
Apr 21, 2012
59
I have done this before and i think it slows the process down. Although, when your not there, they could have a leaf fight. So if you find one dead, then that means the other plant won!

Bestwizardever28