Independent the new hybrid purple mums and breed them together to produce green from Nanlina's blog

Learn from my errors! Not all purple mums are Animal Crossing Bells made equal. Shade alone will not be enough.

To be able to breed green mums, first you need to breed reddish seed mums with yellow seed mums. Because of this you will get new yellow mums with reddish DNA.

Separate the new hybrid mums and strain them together to create the exceptional purple mums. These mums will have the red and yellowish DNA.

Independent the new hybrid purple mums and breed them together to produce green.

Be sure that the purple mums are out of literary (Hybrid) rather than from White mums... I made the mistake of mixing my Purple mums from the resources and needed to redo, but after you got the correct purple you'll get Green quite quickly (also feasible to breed directly from crystal crimson ).

For Blue Rose I followed the simple 4-step method (maybe not the 9-step which seemed way too complicated) and it took about 6 weeks to the first one that I then cloned.... Haven't gotten any more from my first 4-step flower beds however, the cloned ones are repeating quite quickly. (I had to redo the improved method like I previously followed some incorrect breeding graph )

Keep at it you will get them!

My green mums came in by accident before I started breeding but that I have not been able to get a damn orange hyacinth to spare my life!

Diagonal should work also! They just need to be touching:-RRB- try isolating every set to be certain two reds or 2 yellows are not accidentally breeding.

Roses were my native blossom, so I went totally ham on these lol

I am just a blue rose away. I am just waiting on my yellow and pink combos to make a crimson and then replicate it buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Nook Miles Ticket and wait patiently for this sweet sweet 1% chance. I'm intentionally not performing any method which requires testing.

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