Read this Animal Crossing: New Horizons Switch (ACNH) guide on how to get Black Tulips. Including how to breed Black tulip, chance of getting Black tulips, price, and more.!!
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How To Get Black Tulip
How To Grow Black Tulip Procedure Chart
|1|| Purchase following seeds at Nook's Cranny: |
- Red Tulip seeds
- Yellow Tulip Seeds
|2||Plant flowers one space apart from each other|
|3||Wait for flowers to grow (3 days later). Look for Red and Orange Tulips|
|4||Replant the flowers one space apart from each other and wait for a Black Tulip to sprout|
1. Purchase Seeds At Nook's Cranny
Black tulips can only be grown by cross-breeding red tulips with other red tulips. Purchase red tulip seeds at Nook's Cranny so you can grow them on your island.Check Out Nook's Cranny Features!
Seeds Change Every Day
Nook's Cranny's seed catalog changes every day. If they don't have tulip seeds for sale, you can ask a friend to bring some for you or go on a Mystery Island tour and grab red tulips there.Check Out Mystery Island Tours Here!
2. Plant Red Seeds One Space Apart
The best way to get a hybrid black tulip is to plant the red tulips diagonally across from each other. Make sure that there is one space apart to give extra flowers room to grow.Check Out How To Grow Hybrid Flowers!
How To Breed Black Tulips & Price
Black Tulip Combinations
Plant Black Tulips Beside Each Other
Once you have 2 Black tulips, be sure to place them beside each other and water them everyday to increase your chances of more Black tulips growing.
Black Tulip Sells For 80 Bells
Black tulips can be sold for 80 Bells at Nook's Cranny. Selling flowers is not one of the most efficient ways of making Bells fast, so it's not recommended to sell them.Check Out How To Farm Bells Fast
Chances Of Growing Black Tulip
Time & method is according to our team's gameplay experience and may not be the same with yours.
Grew Black Tulips In 4 Days
Our team was able to grow Black tulips in 4 days. 3 days for red and white tulips to grow from seeds then another day for the Black tulip to grow from the parent flowers.