The Delectable Bouquet is a fruit found in Pikmin 3 It is a fig found in the Tropical Wilds and the Twilight River. When collected, it gives the leaders one and a half rations of juice. The Delectable Bouquet does not appear in Mission Mode.
Collecting the fruit
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The Delectable Bouquet in the Tropical Wilds.
In the Tropical Wilds, it is found on the tree branch in which the Red Onion was stuck on the first day. Simply enter the cave right behind the Onion at the landing site and follow the path back to where Alph first crashed. There will be new enemies in this area, including a Red Bulborb, three Dwarf Red Bulborbs, several types of Sheargrubs, and a Pyroclasmic Slooch in the cave. Be sure to take these out before plucking the fruit.
The Delectable Bouquet in the Twilight River.
In the Twilight River, the Delectable Bouquet is on a high slope right behind the reinforced wall in the landing site that leads to the area with the Flighty Joustmite. Winged Pikmin or Yellow Pikmin are required to reach it. It takes eight Pikmin to carry and produces one and a half rations of juice. You can either wait until you can access the higher ground and throw Yellow Pikmin at it, or you can simply target and swarm it with Winged Pikmin once you've made at least eight of them.
- US version
Crazy! We cut this open, and it's filled with tiny, white flowers, meaning it's not technically a fruit at all. Analysis also indicates that it won't be ripe very long before it starts to rot... I think I'll save this one for the captain.”
- European version
Bizarre! We cut this open and it's filled with tiny, white flowers, meaning it's not technically a fruit at all. Analysis also indicates that it won't be ripe very long before it starts to rot. Never mind! I can always feed it to the Captain.”
|Pikmin 3 technical information (?)
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|Mission Mode points
Closeup view of the fruit.
The Delectable Bouquet shown from the KopPad.
A fig from the real world.
Names in other languages
||Flowerless Fruit, a fig was originally called mukanomi meaning "flower-less fruit."
||Bombe de fibres
| Spanish (NoE)
||Bomba de fibra