This guide shows how to get Lily of the Valley flowers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (ACNH) for the Nintendo Switch. Learn how to get Lily of the Valley to bloom, where they bloom, and how to use the Lily of the Valley flower!
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|1||Raise your Island Star Rating to at least 3 Stars.|
|2||Go to the southern edge of your cliffs.|
To get Lily of the Valley, you first need to raise your Island Star Rating to at least 3 stars. You have a higher chance of getting these flowers with a higher rating.
Our team has verified that Lily of the Valley flowers will start to bloom on your island within 3 to 7 days after your island earns a 5 star rating.
On the south edges of your cliffs, leave an empty, 2x3 space for each Lily of the Valley flower to potentially bloom.
While you can water Lilies of the Valley and get them to sparkle, it's impossible to breed any more, unfortunately!
Lily of the Valley flowers will stop blooming if your island's star rating falls below 3 stars.
If you notice that Lily of the Valley flowers aren't blooming anymore, talk to Isabelle at Resident Services to check your star rating!
Only one Lily of the Valley flower can bloom per day. On top of that, Lily of the Valley flowers do not bloom every day. They only have a chance to do so!
However, our team found that there's probably no limit to how many Lily of the Valley flowers you can have in your island. You just have to be patient!
|How to Get Lily of the Valley Flowers Fast|
|2||Time travel to the future.|
We recommend creating cliffs specifically for growing Lily of the Valley flowers.
Placing fences, items or other flowers on the southern edges of all other cliffs will prevent Lily of the Valley flowers from growing there, which means you only have to check your new cliffs for blooms every day.
It's important to time travel to the future only one day at a time, as you may have to rid your cliff of weeds and check that your island rating stays at 5 stars.
Skipping multiple days at a time does not increase the spawn rate of Lily of the Valley flowers.
You can only use Lily of the Valley flowers for planting, but they are rare and a sign that your island is thriving; perfect for showing off!
You won't be able to collect their blooms in a vase, but you will be able to dig them with a shovel for replanting.
Lily of the Valley flowers cannot be crossbred. This means that a Lily of the Valley flowerbed will not bloom more of the same nor additional hybrids.
Result after lowering island's star rating, by allowing weeds to grow and removing decorations.
Even if your island's star rating goes down, the Lily of the Valley flowers you have will never die or disappear. Once you're satisfied with your Lily of the Valley garden, you won't have to maintain your island star rating!
You can sell the Lily of the Valley for 222 bells at Nook's Cranny if you're not a big fan of flowers and you wanna save some storage space instead.
Only white Lily of the Valley exists. They cannot be crossbred to bloom color variations.
|Flowers Related Links|
|Hybrid Flowers Breeding Guide|
|Lily of the Valley|
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