Fae Farm Pink Flower Guide

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This Fae Farm Pink Flower guide aims to detail how to grow your own pink flowers for the Pretty in Pink mission. This isn’t an overly complicated process but it is one that people have been struggling to do without a guide so here I am to help. Fae Farm is a new farming simulator/life sim game that has gone down a treat over on Steam.

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Pink Flower Guide for Fae Farm

First Step

Unlike a lot of stuff in this game you can’t just find the Pink Flower you have to grow your own so that’s what this guide is going to help with. To start, build three seperate flower beds next to one another. To build the flower beds you will need Oak Logs, Slits and Mulch.

Important Step

In the leftmost empty bed plant a red rose flower, leave the middle empty and in the rightmost bed plant a white lily. Water these two plants as normal until they grow while continuing to leave the middle bed empty.

After the rose and lily grow a seed should appear in the middle bed to grow a Pink Flower. This is the main way to cross colors to create new flowers in the game so keep this technique in mind for future missions.

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That is all for this Fae Farm Pink Flower guide. Did we omit anything? Is there any other Fae Farm content you’d like to see from us? Be sure to chime in and let us know.

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