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TiP - Standard

Base value:-360 coins
Seed price:24 coins

You can purchase hemlock seeds from Costolot's General Store, use your seed pouch, or Seedos may throw them around the garden if you hit him with your shovel.

Slender stems and pretty white flowers can't disguise this weed. Be warned, this could seriously affect the heatlh of your Pinatas.

Surface terrain requirements

Weed needs to be planted anywhere but water.

Note: Weeds are more likely to plant themselves and require no watering.


Hemlock seed uses

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Hemlock uses

  • Eating 1 hemlock helps meet the Fourheads Romance requirements.
  • Eating 1 hemlock helps meet the S'morepion Trick requirements.
  • Eating 2 hemlocks helps meet the Lackatoad Romance requirements.
  • Feeding a hemlock flower to a Parmadillo changes its color to a white variant.

Other information

  • If a Pinata ( except a Jameleon) eats a Hemlock flower, they will "spit" out sour candy. It also spreads rapidly.
  • Surrounding a batch of Hemlock with water stops most of the new seeds from planting themselves, so you can safely remove them with your shovel without them spreading further. As you remove a patch of weeds, replace the soil with water, until you have removed them all. Then smash all the seeds that are underwater.
  • A Jameleon can eat a hemlock seed or flower without getting sick, it is a good idea to use them for small weed control

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