Tomatoes, potatoes, wheat, sugarcane, and carrots are a few of the most popular crops in the ever-popular Nintendo game Animal Crossing: New Horizons. As players explore and build their perfect island paradise, they must also manage their own farm. Growing these crops can be a great way to earn Bells (in-game currency) while giving your island an extra boost of beauty. This article will cover how to grow tomatoes, potatoes, wheat, sugarcane, and carrots in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Tomatoes are one of the easiest crops to grow in Animal Crossing: New Horizons because they require very little maintenance. Tomatoes can be purchased at Nook’s Cranny for 80 Bells each or 40 Bells for ten. After buying the tomatoes from Nook’s Cranny, players can plant them on any tilled soil that is not next to water. The tomatoes will take around five days to fully mature and produce six tomatoes when harvested.
In addition to growing the standard tomato crop in Animal Crossing: New Horizons there are also several hybrids available for purchase from Leif’s Garden Shop when he visits your island once a week on random days. These hybrid varieties have special characteristics such as being able to survive cold weather and producing higher yields when harvested.
Potatoes are another easy crop to grow in Animal Crossing: New Horizons as they only require tilled soil with no water close by. Potatoes can be purchased from Nook’s Cranny for 120 Bells each or 60 Bells for ten seeds. Potatoes will mature within five days and yield six potatoes per harvest.
Players who wish to save time while farming potatoes can purchase fertilized potato seeds from Le