Animal Crossing: New Horizons, guide to Florindo and the bushes

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With the end of the Bunny Day event, the one dedicated to the Day of Nature that brought the sloth Florindo to your island of Animal Crossing: New Horizons began.

Easter has passed, May is approaching as well as the (hopefully) end of this isolation. Before returning to our lives, however, Nintendo delighted us with another update to its current flagship title, Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The latest update brought a lot of new content, starting with the new event called "Day of Nature" which is not that much day, considering that it will last from 23 April to 5 May. We have already covered the event in general and the possibility of creating Hedges in a special guide. In this new guide we want to introduce you to Florindo, the sweetest sloth there is.

Florindo wants you to be happy 

Before starting our guide to the Florindo sloth and the bushes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, we remind you that here on Holygamerz you can find the review of the latest Nintendo effort. You can also find a long series of guides on the title, for example how to build ladders to climb to the top, how to jump and travel through time, how to plant star trees, how to make a bunch of stars out of turnips, our balloon color guide, how to use shooting stars and much, much more. And most importantly, how to poop. It may not be as fragrant as Florindo's flowers, but it remains equally important! Let's begin. 

Lots of news available to Florindo - Animal Crossing: New Horizons, guide to Florindo and the bushes

Florindo is a gardener and flower enthusiast, a new peddler introduced with the latest update in Animal Crossing. He will appear on your island, together with his cart, in a completely random way. You can find it in the main square, as well as all the other merchants available. 

The merchandise available to Florindo will not be available in Nook's Workshop, so you will have to resort to him if you want to buy it. It mainly sells flower seeds that you can't find anywhere else and the novelty of the April update, bushes. Bushes need to be planted and managed exactly like trees. They will take several days to grow and you can find four different types each time, two pairs of different flowers. 

Six different types of bushes - Animal Crossing: New Horizons, guide to Florindo and the bushes

The bushes they will grow no matter what season you are in, but the flowers that are part of it will bloom only in certain seasons. Florindo will always sell you the bush that blooms in the specific season, plus another type of bush. In this period, when spring has come terribly due to the atrocious sufferings of allergy sufferers, you will be able to see azaleas bloom on your island.

Below is a list of the six different types of bushes that Florindo will sell, with the flowering season next to them. 

  • White azaleas and pink azaleas - Spring 
  • Pink and Blue Hydrangeas - Summer 
  • Yellow and red hibiscus - Summer 
  • Orange and yellow osmants - Autumn
  • Pink and red camellias - Winter
  • Hollies - Winter

Sell ​​them weeds! - Animal Crossing: New Horizons, guide to Florindo and the bushes

We believe that Florindo's appearance is completely random and that there are no special requirements for him to arrive on your island. However, we make sure to update this guide in case we are proven wrong. The last peculiarity of Florindo, which will please those who want to accumulate stars, is that you can sell them the weeds in your pocket for double the standard price at Nook's Shop. Well 20 weed stars, in short. 

Have fun! 

Here ends our short guide to Florindo and its bushes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Spring has (unfortunately) also arrived on your island, we hope that your little alter ego does not suffer from allergies. Are you managing your island better? Have you paid off your debts with Tom Nook? Write it to us below in the comments, we will continue to keep you updated with all the news and guides on videogame and tech! 

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