FFXIV Gardening (Seeds / Soil / Crossbreeding)

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7 thoughts on “FFXIV Gardening (Seeds / Soil / Crossbreeding)”

  1. in 8 spots alternated honey lemon and prickly pineapple 4 of each pineapple planted in corners using grade 3 thanalan soil we recieved about 80 or so lemons and pineapples and 2 sacks of apricot kernels.

  2. I planted my seeds in an L shaped pattern each with grade 1 Thanalan soil so it was difficult to tell which gave me what but I’ll list all the possibilities:
    Flax + Mirror Apples = blood currant
    or…
    Mirror Apples + Fairies Apples = blood currant or pixie plum
    or…
    Fairie Apples + Lowland Grapes = pixie plum

  3. grade 3 thanalan soil prickly pineapple and dzemel tomatoes gets you la noscean leek seeds you have to plant the 2 different plants side by side of course to get the cross breed results its quite random it seems only one pack of seeds in whole garden. I am trying some new strains in this current garden

    1. The housing vendor sells it. It’s called “Fishmeal”. Culinarians can also make 12 out of 3 Lominsan Anchovy

  4. I had Wizard eggplant in Thanalan Soil (3) next to La Noscean Lettuce in Gridanian Soil (3), Got 12 HQ lettuce and 18NQ eggplants (NQ) crossbreeding gave me 6 more eggplant seeds.

    That would leave me to believe you could harvest seeds of what you wanted if you isolated it in Thanalan soil. (i.e. you just want more of that same seed without getting something else)

    Next crop I will do full on Thanalan Soil and see what happens!

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