Persona 3 Reload: All gardening seeds and where to get them

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Persona 3 Reload All Gardening Seeds And Where To Get Them
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While playing Persona 3 Reload you’ll eventually unlock the garden, but what are all the gardening seeds and where can you get them?

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It’ll take a few days for your sprouts to grow, but once they do, you can collect some incredible consumables. There are more sprouts than just the tomato plants, so let’s go over all the seeds you can plant.

Where to get all gardening sprouts in Persona 3 Reload

On 5/25, you’ll unlock the ability to use the garden on the Dorm rooftop. Growing plants is something you should get into the habit of consistently doing, but did you realize you can purchase other types of seedlings? Where you can get all gardening seeds in Persona 3 Reload is from Rafflesia or Tanaka’s Amazing Commodities.

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First off, the easiest way to come by more sprouts is to purchase them from the flower shop, Rafflesia, at Port Island Station. Head there from your map and ask the vendor what they’re selling. Here are all the seeds you can purchase:

SeedPriceBenefitGrowth timeWhen/how to unlock
Healthy Tomato Sprout700Restores 100 HP to one ally10 days5/26
Buff Potato Sprout700Raises Attack for one ally lasting three turns12 days5/26
Amronion Sprout900Cures Freeze/Shock/Poison/Down/Dizzy for one ally10 days6/18
Soul Spinach1,200Restores 30 SP to one ally12 days8/26
Golden Tomato Sprout1,500Restores 100 HP and 30 SP to one ally15 daysFrom “Veggie Blog Note” you can buy at Club Escapade in October
Simple Herb Sprout2,000Doubles the damage of your next Physical attack13 days12/4
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Other than buying them from Rafflesia, you can get some sprouts from Tanaka’s Amazing Commodities, which is the shopping channel that occurs nearly every Sunday. Here are the two dates that offer deals on sprouts:

  • 6/28: x2 Amronion Sprout, x3 Buff Potato Sprout (2,980 yen)
  • 8/23: x2 Soul Spinach Sprout, x3 Buff Potato Sprout (2,980 yen)

Since you get to purchase these seeds at a better discount I recommend you pick both of these up. Once these dates pass, you’ll be unable to get them from the shopping channel again, so make sure you have enough money by then.

Best gardening tips

Persona 3 Reload All Gardening Seeds And Where To Get Them Sprouts
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Once you’ve purchased these sprouts, they’ll grow into a few consumables. But what if I told you there were some ways you can get more crops from one yield? Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind when tending to your garden:

  • Purchase “Veggie Farmer Sim” for 4,500 yen at the MangaStar Net Cafe, then use it on your Shared Computer. This will increase the yield of your vegetables permanently.
  • As a Dorm hangout, someone will ask you to help care for the garden, which will increase the output of your harvest and even enhance your yield. You’ll not only gain more vegetables but ones with enhanced efficacy.

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