Start your farm at Animal Crossing: New Horizons!
In this post you will find all the information you need to start your farm in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons farming crops
With different vegetables and crops to grow, you have to make some on your island to plant some lovely little produce patches. Along with the pumpkins we already have in the game, you can see a full list of the crops you can get and grow in Animal Crossing: New Horizons below:
We are currently in the fall season and only pumpkin and wheat outlets are available with Gandulio, and we plan to be able to purchase the remaining seeds in other seasons.
How to get Animal Crossing: New Horizons farming produce
Our Sloth friend Leif now sells produce starts in addition to the seeds and shrubs he usually sells. Not unlike pumpkin starts, you can buy them individually or in bulks of five. Tomatoes, for example, sell for 280 Bells individually, and for 1,400 Bells in bulk.
You will have the option of waiting for it to arrive on your island or build its official store!
You’ll be able to purchase them from Leif when he visits your island and sets up his stall, but you can also open up his shop on Harv’s island to be able to get your hands on more produce.
If you hop on a plane to Harv’s island at the airport, you can then donate 100,000 bells to fund a «botany expert with the greenest thumbs».
Keep in mind that when you unlock your store, you will always have it available to get more seeds for your farm in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Get started farming in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Once you get your seeds in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, it’s time to start farming on your island. You just have to plant the seed and water it, keep in mind that it will take about three days in total until it grows and on the fourth day we could harvest our crops.
Once they’re ready to harvest, press the Y button to harvest and it will be added to your inventory. Then head into any kitchen and you can start using your ingredients to prepare meals.