The Sims 4 Seasons – Guide to Plant Harvesting Times

The new Seasons expansion has greatly changed the way gardening works in The Sims 4. Fertilizing plants seems to be much more important now, and there are many more seed packets available in the new “Gardening” category in buy mode, based on your Sim’s gardening skill. At this time, however, if you have a Sim with pre-existing gardening skill, the packets will not automatically unlock. A Sim in the household has to achieve the appropriate gardening skill after the pack is installed to unlock the seed packets. Hopefully this will be addressed in an upcoming patch. The biggest change, though, is the introduction of growing seasons. No more growing anything whenever – plants have growing seasons now. Wondering when you can grow what? The plants and harvestables themselves will tell you, but that doesn’t really help when you don’t actually have the plants! We’ve assembled a handy guide to tell you which plants can be grown in which season. Some of them have more than one season, and some of them are year-round, which we have noted in the table below.
 


 

Base Game Spring Summer Autumn Winter Always in season
Basil
Bird of Paradise
Blackberry
Blue Bells
Bonsai Buds
Carrot
Cherry
Chrysanthemum
Cow Berry
Daisy
Death Flower
Dragonfruit
Forbidden Fruit of the PlantSim
Grapes
Growfruit
Lemon
Lily
Mushroom
Onion
Orchid
Parsley
Pear
Plantain
Pomegranate
Potato
Rose
Sage
Snapdragon
Spinach
Strawberry
Tomato
Trash Fruit
Tulip
U.F.O. (Unidentified Fruit Object)

 

 

Outdoor Retreat Spring Summer Autumn Winter Always in season
Chamomile
Elderberry
False Morel Mushroom
Fireleaf
Huckleberry
Morel Mushroom
Muckleberry
Noxious Elderberry
Poison Fireleaf
Toxic Chamomile

 

 

Get to Work Spring Summer Autumn Winter Always in season
Fang Flower
Glow Orb
Quill Fruit

 

 

Vampires Spring Summer Autumn Winter Always in season
Garlic
Plasma Fruit
Sixam Mosquito Trap
Wolfsbane

 

 

Cats and Dogs Spring Summer Autumn Winter Always in season
Catnip
Madnip
Napnip
Nuzzlenip

 

 

Jungle Adventure Spring Summer Autumn Winter Always in season
Avocado
Black Beans
Cereberries
Flutterberries
Gutsberries
Merry Berries
Museberries
Razzleberries
Vimberries

 

 

Seasons Spring Summer Autumn Winter Always in season
Begonia
Bell Pepper
Christmas Rose
Crocus
Dahlia
Green Bean
Green Pea
Holly
Snow Drop

We hope you find this guide useful! If you’d like to print this guide or would like an offline copy, click here for a downloadable and printable PDF file. Happy Simming!

Author: deagh

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