The Fire Emblem: Three Houses Gardening Guide will help you on your journey to become a botanical master and understand the gardening mechanic in the game.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the latest installment of the Fire Emblem franchise. This release marks the 16th official Fire Emblem release which is almost crazy to think about. You would expect these kinds of numbers on Final Fantasy and almost nothing else besides maybe Pokemon but Fire Emblem is quite a large underground society with it being very very popular in Japan.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses (henceforth referred to as FE3H) is a tactical role-playing game with a heavy influence from the visual novel style of games. It incorporates an insane amount of characters and builds its world in such a manner that it forces the player to get invested in every minute little detail they have to offer. In this guide, we will be talking about a minute detail such as gardening which is not required by any means but exists to both flesh out the world and gives players some extra room to play with their mechanics. Without any more interruptions, let’s get on with the FE3H Gardening Guide.
Now, gardening is a mechanic you can only access through the greenhouse. You gain access to the greenhouse after the Green Thumbs Beginnings side-quest. This initial side-quest acts as an introduction to gardening and a tutorial for it.
Overall gardening is very simple and straightforward to do. Just walk into the greenhouse and talk to the character there. You will go through some dialogue and then you will be able to plant seeds. Initially, you will have very limited options on what to plant and how many you can plant. To find out how to increase your limit and more simply follow this FE3H Gardening guide to the end.
Now if we want to talk about how to increase the number of seeds we can plant and increase the harvest quality then that depends on the Professor’s level of your character. The table below shows you the Professor Level and how it affects your cultivation method and plantable seeds.
Level E => Infuse with Magic (free) => 1 Seed Slot
Level E+ => Airmid Water (300g) => 1 Seed Slot
Level D => Prune (500g) => 2 Seed Slot
Level C => Scatter Bonemeal (1000g) => 3 Seed Slots
Level B => Caledonian Soil (1500g) => 4 Seed Slots
Level A => Pegasus Blessings (2000g) => 5 Seed Slots
Types of Harvests
Below are the lists of seeds and the results of their harvest with the increase in likelihood depending on the cultivation method. The better the cultivation method used the higher the chance of a stat-boosting harvest. That is mostly all there is to cover when we talk about FE3H Gardening guide.