Where is the gardening stuff in Sims 3?
You can find seeds around the town — as someone mentioned, there are seeds around the science building. The best place to start is Central Park, because there are a lot of “common” seeds there. Your sim won’t be able to plant anything higher than “common” seeds at level 0.
What can you plant in Sims 3?
You can plant any type of fruit, vegetable, or special variety in the game. Harvest just one and you can have your gardener plant them to produce more.
How do you make money on Sims 3 Gardening?
Lay out your garden in rows, and buy sprinklers. You can leave them on 24/7 and it will not hurt the plants. For a more realistic approach, get a few levels in Handiness until your Sim learns to upgrade the sprinklers to auto water.
What does tend garden mean on Sims 3?
When your seeds are planted, be sure to use the tend garden action to make your sim work in the garden and do whatever is appropriate for each plant. They will pull weeds, water plants and later harvest fruits and vegetables. The tend garden action is a gardener’s best friend.
How do I get life fruit in Sims 3?
You can acquire Life Fruit if you’re in the Science Career and reach level 7 of the career, but a slightly easier way is to reach level 7 of the Gardening Skill, then go to the Graveyard and look for seeds. Some of these seeds will be Unknown Special Seeds, which might grow into Life Plants.
How do you plant a garden in Sims 3 Xbox 360?
Sims 3 – How to start or grow your own Garden Xbox 360
1 of Gardening from the bookstore. Then just read the book (by clicking on your sim -> inventory -> choosing the book.) Once your sim has read the book, he will get a gardening skill and some seeds. To plant the seeds, go outside to some grass.
Where is the Planter Bowl in Sims 3?
The Sims 3: Supernatural
Planter bowls can be purchased from the Plants section, under Decor, in Buy mode. They can be used indoors and outdoors and take up one tile of space.
How can I improve my gardening skills?
Here are five ways that you can improve your gardening skills and knowledge:
- Read. Catch up on your reading.
- Talk. I can not tell you how much I have learned about vegetable gardening just by talking with other gardeners.
- Practice. As the old saying goes, “Practice makes perfect”.