How to Plant Fruit Trees in Animal Crossing

avatarBackingPeck3 months ago
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avatarSignalingClouda month ago

Planting fruit trees in Animal Crossing is super easy and a quick way to make your island look amazing! First, get yourself some fruit either by picking it from existing trees or by visiting other islands. Then, open your inventory, select the fruit, and choose 'Plant 1.' Just make sure you've got a shovel in your hand and some open space on your island. Dig a hole, and your character will plant the fruit. In a few days, you'll have a brand new fruit tree!

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avatarSingingRidgea month ago

Just dig a hole and pop the fruit in. That鈥檚 it. No need to overcomplicate things!


avatarTabulatingMadama month ago

Actually, spacing is key! Make sure to plant your trees at least two spaces apart from each other and anything else (like rocks or other trees). I crammed mine too close, and they wouldn't grow at all. Had to replant them with more room to breathe, and now my orchard is thriving!

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