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Plants are grown on each branch in order to try and provide critters with an environment they like which will keep them happy and allow them to produce Tree Food. There are currently 20 different plants separated into 5 types. When the tree reaches 15, 25, and 35 branches, plants that provide bonuses become available in the market.

Flower

Color Drops Starter
Bonus: 0% Cost: Free
Color Drops
Bloomingstars Unlock Level: 15
Bonus: 5% Tree Food Cost: 200 Tree Food
Bloomingstars
Trumplets Unlock Level: 25
Bonus: 10% Tree Food Cost: 2000 Tree Food
Trumplets
Wild Suns Unlock Level: 35
Bonus: 15% Tree Food Cost: 5000 Tree Food
Wild Suns

Fruit

Lapper Berries Starter
Bonus: 0% Cost: Free
Lapper Berries
Wild Sapples Unlock Level: 15
Bonus: 5% Tree Food Cost: 200 Tree Food
Wild Sapples
Newton Fruit Unlock Level: 25
Bonus: 10% Tree Food Cost: 2000 Tree Food
Newton Fruit
Num Berries Unlock Level: 35
Bonus: 15% Tree Food Cost: 5000 Tree Food

Num Berries

Moss

Forest Tails Starter
Bonus: 0% Cost: Free
Forest Tails
Leechens Unlock Level: 15
Bonus: 5% Tree Food Cost: 200 Tree Food
Leechens
Whisp Moss Unlock Level: 25
Bonus: 10% Tree Food Cost: 2000 Tree Food
Whisp Moss
Dank Moss Unlock Level: 35
Bonus: 15% Tree Food Cost: 5000 Tree Food

Dank Moss

Mushroom

Mushglooms Starter
Bonus: 0% Cost: Free
Mushglooms
Rubytops Unlock Level: 15
Bonus: 5% Tree Food Cost: 200 Tree Food
Rubytops
Whiteveils Unlock Level: 25
Bonus: 10% Tree Food Cost: 2000 Tree Food
Whiteveils
Glidershelves Unlock Level: 35
Bonus: 15% Tree Food Cost: 5000 Tree Food

Glidershelves

Vine

Wildvine Starter
Bonus: 0% Cost: Free
  • Wildvine
Stranglethorn Unlock Level: 15
Bonus: 5% Tree Food Cost: 200 Tree Food
Stranglethorn
Creep Vine Unlock Level: 25
Bonus: 10% Tree Food Cost: 2000 Tree Food
Creep Vine
Hungry Twists Unlock Level: 35
Bonus: 15% Tree Food Cost: 5000 Tree Food

Hungry Twists


Possible References

  • Trumplets - Possibly based on trumpet flowers.
  • Newton Fruits - Possibly named after the physicist Isaac Newton, who discovered gravity after an apple fell on his head.
  • Leechens - A combination of the words "leech" and "lichen". A reference to the fact that some mosses and vines grow on trees and suck their nutrients.
  • Stranglethorn - A reference to the strangler fig.

Errors

  • Mushrooms are not actually plants. They are fungi, but are often mistaken for plants because the two groups look similar.

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