Animal Crossing New Horizons Cedar Tree
These one-of-a-kind evergreen trees grow best in the upper portion of the city, mostly at higher elevations, and as a result, they do not thrive along the ocean. Even though cedar trees do not yield fruit, their seedlings may be purchased at the appropriate store in a player's village.
Cedar Trees can only be cultivated in the northern areas of the town, which are visually distinguishable as any spot on the higher elevation of the town's Cliff. In virtually all games, Cedar Trees can only be cultivated in the northern areas of the town. Any effort to plant them at lower elevations will result in the tree withering and dying as a result of the drought. Because there are no cliffs in Wild World, it is impossible to tell where Cedar Trees will grow and where they will wither only on their outward appearance. This offers challenges that are comparable to those encountered while seeking to obtain a Perfect Town, but comparable solutions are also attainable if necessary. In essence, the trees will only grow in the northern half of the town, and they will wither south of the midway mark.
Cliffs make a welcome comeback in New Horizons, and they are the only site where the trees may be found by default, preventing the player from reaching them unless either they acquire a ladder or they grow their own from scratch. Cedar trees that have reached full maturity may be freely moved about the town, just like any other type of tree in The Sims 3. The fall season brings with it the possibility of pinecones or acorns falling from pine trees when shook, which may be utilized in seasonal dishes. During the Holiday Season, festively adorned cedar trees will shed decorations that may be used in festive DIY dishes.
Cedar trees do not change color much throughout the year, although they are decked with Christmas lights around the end of December, Toy Day, and New Year's Eve.
Animal Crossing New Horizons Palms
Palm plants produce just two types of fruit. They can only be planted on or near the seashore, which puts them in direct competition with Cedar Trees in terms of distribution. After harvest, palm plants will take three days to recover their fruit production, much as conventional fruit trees. Coconuts were valued 500 ACNH Bells before the advent of New Leaf, due to the fact that they were considered an exotic fruit in all settlements. Following the introduction of New Leaf, coconuts were reclassified as a tropical fruit and are now worth 250 Bells each piece. Bananas have always been regarded as a tropical fruit, since since they were first introduced in New Leaf, and as such are valued 250 Bells Animal Crossing each banana.
In the majority of games, there is just one sort of palm tree: the coconut palm tree. Coconuts can be collected by a variety of various methods, depending on the game in which they are sought. They may be found on Animal Island in the Animal Crossing video game. They will occasionally wash up on the town's shore in both Wild World and City Folk. They may be collected from Tortimer Island or by taking an Island Tour in New Leaf. Finally, coconuts may be collected at New Horizons throughout the majority of the mystery trips that are offered. There are two varieties of palm trees in New Leaf: coconut palms and banana palms. Coconut palms are the more common form. One of these fruits will be found at random on Tortimer Island, while the other may be gained by taking a guided tour of the island.
It is possible to find some bugs that only occur on palm trees, such as the goliath or hercules beetle, that only occur on palm palms.