Buying A Crap ton of the 1.7 flowers

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by HappyMuk, Nov 11, 2016.

  1. HappyMuk

    HappyMuk Active Member

    Buying the Tulips, Oxeyes, Alliums Azure things, and all those other flowers stuff. Open to offers for price.
  2. r0adk1ll

    r0adk1ll Supporter

    You know you can dupe them all. Not just the two-block high ones?

    If you're too idle to make them yourself I can sell you some at an exhorbitant price :)
  3. HappyMuk

    HappyMuk Active Member

    Sure but how about a sensible price.
  4. bageend_Jr

    bageend_Jr Moderator Staff Member Moderator

    Road how do you do the 1 block high ones?
  5. r0adk1ll

    r0adk1ll Supporter

    I'm the only person I know with a supply of the new flowers, so until an alternative supplier is found..... :) ..... and since I'm about to tell you how to make them I think an exhorbitant price is a reasonable price to pay for the time you will save not having to make your own, and finding the correct place to make them in ;)

    You use Bonemeal, but it doesn't work everywhere. Use it 'anywhere' and you just get grass & the regular red/yellow flowers.

    Use it in a swamp and you get grass & orchids (orchids only grow in a swamp...and ONLY orchids grow in a swamp.

    For the rest of them you need a flower forest biome. Spam the ground with bonemeal and amongst the grass you get the new flower types. You can't specifically choose what flower you get, but if you plant a few of the ones you want & bonemeal around them, quite often thats what you get.

    Its not a precise method of duping (except for orchids in a swamp), but it does work well enough for me to have built up a few stacks of each type. I've seen the new flower types in plains & other biomes but the flower forest biome is by far the most productive.
  6. bageend_Jr

    bageend_Jr Moderator Staff Member Moderator

    I knew that but the 2 block high ones are easier.

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  7. HappyMuk

    HappyMuk Active Member

    How exorbitant is the price you are asking about?

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