Pikmin Adventure vegetation

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Pikmin Adventure has a variety of plants and fungi exclusive to it. They typically do not affect gameplay in any way, instead serving as decorations. They can be unlocked as collectible figures in the Nintendo Land Plaza, however. Because of the theme Nintendo Land objects are based on, these "plants" are artificial, and some do not even resemble traditional plants at all.


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Abundant Mass[edit]

An Abundant Mass.

Called Chunky Block in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    This distinctive work of modern art conveys a sense of weight and permanence. Also, these are scattered all over the place underground, so please don't stub your toe.
  • European version:
    A distinctive work of modern art that conveys a sense of weight and permanence. Also, these are scattered all over the place underground, so please don't stub your toe.

Angular Sapling[edit]

An Angular Sapling.

Called Fir Tree in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    This fir tree is classified as an evergreen, long a symbol of vitality and eternal life. This one seems to be covered in snow, though. So much for the "ever green." Hah. Hah.
  • European version:
    The fir tree is an evergreen, a symbol of vitality and eternal life. This one seems to be covered in snow, though. So much for the "ever green".

Bulbous Sporehaven[edit]

A Bulbous Sporehaven.
Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    Perplexing, isn't it? Nobody knows if it's vegetable or...something more sinister.
  • European version:
    Curious, isn't it? This so-called mushroom doesn't look like any mushroom I've ever seen.

Carved Pikmin[edit]

A trio of Carved Pikmin.
Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    These curious sculptures almost seem to move by dim underground light. Some people even mistake them for Pikmin. Not me, of course.
  • European version:
    Curious sculptures that by dim underground light almost seem to move. Some people even mistake them for Pikmin. Not me, of course.

Fronded Stump[edit]

A Fronded Stump.

Called Palm Tree in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    Palm trees always evoke such a blissfully tropical mood... Well, at least that's what my databank says, anyway. This one doesn't have any fruit, so that's disappointing.
  • European version:
    Palm trees evoke a blissfully tropical mood... Or so say my databanks, at any rate. This one has no fruit, so it seems a bit disappointing really.

Fungiform Family[edit]

A Fungiform Family.
Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    Just look at this bouquet of brightly colored toadstools. The big one must be the mother, while the little ones are the juveniles. Also, that could be completely incorrect.
  • European version:
    A clump of brightly coloured toadstools. The big one is the mum and the two little ones are the kids. Or not...

Glacial Fungicap[edit]

A Glacial Fungicap.
Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    This may look like a crystal, but it's actually a very rare and delicate mushroom, which melts away in all but the coldest storage conditions. It is unexpectedly soft to the touch, almost like jelly.
  • European version:
    It may look like a crystal, but this is really a very rare and delicate mushroom, which melts away in all but the coldest conditions. It is unexpectedly soft to the touch, almost like jelly.

Herbaceous Kettle[edit]

A Herbaceous Kettle.

Called Amicable Plant in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    I planted this seed in a metal enclosure instead of an ordinary pot. Why, you may or may not ask? Because I find it highly amusing, of course.
  • European version:
    A relaxed plant with a sunny disposition. I put this seedling in a tin milk churn instead of an ordinary plant pot. Why? Well, I suppose to test its mettle...
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Hyperborean Verdant Silo[edit]

A Hyperborean Verdant Silo.

Called Frosty Plant in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    This neat little plant is in a snowman pot for the wintertime. It won't bloom, so I gave it a nose instead.
  • European version:
    An evergreen plant decorated to look like a snowman. The funny little nose was my idea. It seemed so doleful before.

Sinuated Flora[edit]

Sinuated Flora.

Called Fern in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    Can you identify this plant? No? It's a fern, of course. Oh, mass information storage does have its moments.
  • European version:
    Can you identify this plant? No? It's a Lollycoil Woodland Fern, of course. Ahhh, mass information does have its moments.

Spiral Timber[edit]

A Spiral Timber.

Called Twist Tree in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version / European version:
    Tempting as it may be to find out what's up there, please refrain from climbing on this display. Park rules are very clear on this issue.

Striped Conifer[edit]

A Striped Conifer.
Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    Once upon a time, a fair maiden awaited her sweetheart's return from battle. She pined and pined, and then kept pining... Oh, it's a spruce. Never mind.
  • European version:
    Once upon a time, a fair maiden awaited her sweetheart's return from battle. She pined and pined, and then she pined some more, until all that was left was a pine...Oh, it's a spruce. Never mind.

Vegetal Pouch[edit]

A Vegetal Pouch.

Called Pragmatic Plant in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    The humble cloth sack keeps it warm and chilly fall nights. It looks a bit sad and squishy, doesn't it? I still wouldn't want it falling on my monitor, though.
  • European version:
    With a hemp sack to keep it warm on cool autumn nights, this plant is rather more practical than decorative. It looks a bit sad and squishy, doesn't it? I still wouldn't want it falling on my monitor, though.

Verdant Silo[edit]

A Verdant Silo.

Called Perky Plant in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    This lovely plant is full of spring vitality! My scans confirm that the dots on the pot are eyes... No, really.
  • European version:
    A cheerful plant filled with spring vitality! My scans confirm that the dots on the pot are eyes... No, really.

Verging Bloom[edit]

A Verging Bloom.

Called Budding Bloom in Europe.

Monita's Notes
  • US version:
    This plant is brimming with potential. Apparently, the blue pot perfectly complements the flower, but we won't know until it blooms.
  • European version:
    A plant that's brimming with potential. Apparently, the blue pot perfectly complements the flower, but we won't know until it blooms.

Unidentified vegetation[edit]

There are some other plants that are not given a name, but are similar to vegetation in the canon games, identified or not.

See also[edit]