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How to Obtain and Use Death Flowers in The Sims 4

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How to Obtain and Use Death Flowers in The Sims 4

Gain the upper hand with the Grim Reaper himself with this elusive flower!

Did you know there’s a very rare, special flower in the game that is not only valuable but has the power to save your Sims from death? It’s true! The mysterious Death Flower in The Sims 4 will not only make your Sims rich but immortal, too! We’re going to show you how to get a Death Flower for yourself in The Sims 4 and all the ways they can benefit your Sims!

Sims 4 Death Flower

Here’s how to get your hands on a Death Flower!

  1. Graft a Lily with a Snapdragon to produce an Orchid
  2. Graft an Apple with a Cherry to produce a Pomegranate
  3. Graft your Orchid with your Pomegranate to get the ultra rare Death Flower!
  4. Harvest and replant as many times as desired

Death Flowers may also be found while fishing or in rare seed packets.

Each Death Flower plant will produce one Death Flower a day and each Death Flower is worth $240 at the Normal evolution stage. A perfect Death Flower can be sold for $667 each but there is a little trick you can use to force your Death Flower plant to produce up to 10 flowers per harvest.

How to Get a Death Flower in The Sims 4

When your plant is ready for harvest, pick it up and move it in Build/Buy. When you place it down, the plant will have up to 9 more flowers! Selling 10 Perfect Death Flowers at once will net you $5,464 a day from one plant! We triggered this by accident the first time but we were able to replicate it on a different save so we’re pretty sure this wasn’t a one-time fluke for us.

Sims 4 Death Flower: Ambrosia
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Profit isn’t its only use! If you have a Death Flower in your inventory while another Sim is dying, you can save their life by offering it to the Grim Reaper! Death Flowers can also be used in the Gourmet Cooking recipe, Ambrosia. When consumed, this dish will resurrect a ghost Sim.

Interested in maybe… not saving your Sims from death, after all? We’ve got the ultimate Sims 4 death guide!

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A cranky old lady who prefers the company of cats and Sims over people. Occasionally peeks out from her lair long enough to chuck Sims articles at innocent bystanders.

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